Aging Insights, Investigating Financial Abuse

The New Jersey Foundation for Aging (NJFA) is pleased to announce the release of a new episode of Aging Insights. On this episode, Investigating Financial Abuse, which will air in January, we define financial abuse and talk about protections.

Aging Insights programs offer information about aging issues and services. The show is broadcast on over 60 public access stations and may also be seen on NJFA’s website, www.njfoundationforaging.org/aging-insights.

The New Jersey Foundation for Aging (NJFA) is a non-profit with the primary goal to empower elders to live in the community with independence and dignity. The strategies to age well are voluminous. Consequently, the Foundation uses several messaging platforms to highlight resources to age well. For example, Aging Insights is a ½ hour TV program that is produced monthly by the Foundation, or Renaissance magazine which can also be found online at www.njfoundationforaging.org/renaissance-magazine.

NJFA’s Deputy Director, Melissa Chalker hosts this episode with guests Maria Aberasturi from Bergen County Adult Protective Services and Sylvia Presto, of the Bergen County Prosecutors Office.

This show and the work of the NJ Foundation for Aging are made possible by donors. To make a donation to NJFA, please visit our website, www.njfoundationforaging.org or call the office, 609-421-0206 for more information. Sponsorship spots are also available for future shows.

Viewers may also visit NJFA’s website to take the online survey on Aging Insights where they can provide comments on the show and suggest future topics the program should address. To learn more about the work of the Foundation visit www.njfoundationforaging.org or call 609-421-0206.

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Sylvia Presto of the Bergen County Prosecutors Office and Maria Aberasturi from Bergen County Adult Protective Services.

 

 

 

Ticket Information for Annual Fundraising Celebration

Honorees Who Shine a Light

Every year, NJFA holds a Fundraising Celebration, featuring an honoree dinner. This year the Board is celebrating the work of three distinguished honorees. We are sure you will agree that their work and their commitment engender the spirit of lighting the way and being leaders in the field of aging.

This year on Dec 7th we will be celebrating the work of

The Grotta Fund for Senior Care

Lowell Arye

Susan Bredehoft, NJFA Treasurer.

The program includes a Sunday Matinee at the George Street Playhouse with Honoree Reception and Dinner to follow at the Heldrich Hotel.

There are sponsorship opportunities available for this event. Click here for a list of sponsorship options. We welcome your participation in this year’s event to celebrate the NJFA 2014 Honorees.

For details and ticket information:

Invitation

RSVP Card

 

 

 

NJFA Fall Seminar Series

Monday, November 10th

8:30 am to 12 pm

Crowne Plaza Monroe

390 Forsgate Road, Monroe, NJ 08831

Aging in Place for All

Land Use and Complete Streets- Considerations for age friendly communities.

Karen Alexander , MPA, Managing Director, NJTIP @ Rutgers

Tim Evans, MS, MCRP from NJ Future

Recognizing and Adjusting Attitudes to Serve LGBT Seniors

Carolyn Bradley, Ph.D, LCSW, LCADC, Associate Professor Monmouth University.

 

2 CEUS for Social Workers, LNHA/CALA, Activity/Recreation Professionals

 

8:30 am     Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 am     Welcome

9:30 am     Program Begins

Registration: $45

Please RSVP by November 3rd. Click here to Register.

 This program has been sponsored by The Reinvestment Fund

Questions? For more information, contact the New Jersey Foundation for Aging at 609-421-0206 or email mchalker@njfoundationforaging.org

Space is limited, register early!