financial abuse

My grandfather spent a lifetime of service, from raising foster children, to sponsoring refugees, to rebuilding post-cold war Germany. A smart and compassionate man, it was in his 90s that my family discovered he was being financially exploited.
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En español | The statistics are grim and are predicted to only get worse as the boomer generation ages.
Growing numbers of older Americans, especially those with cognitive impairments, are at risk for financial abuse.
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Hi there, blog readers! This is Gerardo Cardenas with the AARP Illinois Communications Team.
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After a lifetime of working and saving, our parents shouldn't have to fend off fraudsters trying to siphon their funds. But financial exploitation of older adults is happening with increasing alarm, officials say.
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Update: Here's some news you'll want to share with your parents to avoid the heartbreak of fraud and abuse at the hands of financial professionals.
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Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced Thursday that a coordinated federal effort has been put in place to address the devastating and increasing problem of elder financial abuse.
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Hey there blog readers,  Jenn here from the communications team. In this week's blog post I want to call your attention to some great free events that are coming up on all things financial. 
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