Calling all older adults and people who care about them: please join us for the fourth in a four-part series on Elder Justice & health care!
This series aims to show you what health care fraud and abuse against older adults looks like, why criminals are targeting older adults, and how we can work together to keep older adults safe. As June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, our Elder Justice events in June focus on health care frauds and abuse/neglect that impact older adults.
This fourth session brings together a panel of subject-matter experts to answer your questions about health care fraud, abuse, and neglect involving older adults. The panel will reply to questions raised in the first three sessions of our June series and will answer as many additional questions from the audience as possible.
Wayne Jacobs, Special Agent in Charge, Criminal Division, Washington field office, FBI
SAC Jacobs oversees all criminal and cyber investigations at the Washington field office. He will serve as moderator for this webinar’s panel conversation.
Clarence Holiday, Special Agent, Office of Inspector General, US Department of Health and Human Services
Jennifer Spoeri, Executive Director, National Adult Protective Services Association
Aaron Weeter, Supervisory Special Agent (retired), FBI
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.