Where: Holiday Park Senior Center
3950 Ferrara Drive, Wheaton, MD 20906
When: Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Senior Safety: Including the Safe Use of Technology
Speakers & Exhibitors:
• Senior Technology Safety Class & Lab
• Elder Abuse / Exploitation Seminar & Exhibits
• Emergency Preparedness / Home Safety
• Resources in Montgomery County for Seniors
Demonstrations & Services:
• MCPD K-9 Unit & Project Lifesaver
• Fire and Rescue
• Blood Pressure Checks
FREE LUNCHES (While supplies last)
Proudly Sponsored by
The Montgomery County Elder / Vulnerable Adult Abuse Task Force:
State’s Attorney’s Office
Health & Human Services
Join us for an afternoon of important information and fun!
Key Note Speaker: Liz Loewy
EverSafe General Counsel, Former Chief, Manhattan Elder Abuse Unit
Door Prizes & Refreshments
• The County will hold its 6th annual Elder Safety Event in conjunction with “World Elder Abuse Awareness Week, June 13 – 17, 2016,” at Holiday Park Senior Center, 3950 Ferrara Drive, Wheaton, MD 20906.
• This year’s theme will feature the advanced types of Technology available to Seniors and how to use Technology Safely.
• The purpose of the forum is to educate our community, including older adults, family members, and professionals on the presence of elder abuse, the warning signs, and who you turn to for help.
• It is hosted by six public agencies responsible for protecting the County’s seniors: the Montgomery County Police Department, the Ombudsman Program, Adult Protective Services, Licensure and Regulatory Services, the Office of the State’s Attorney, and the Office of the County Attorney – partnering with the Montgomery County Recreation Department and ElderSAFE Center, Charles E. Smith Life Communities, with funding provided in part by the Montgomery County Family Justice Center Foundation and EverSafe.
• Representatives and exhibitors from organizations that assist seniors will be on hand to provide information. Many of these organizations play a direct role in helping seniors reduce their vulnerability to abuse and keeping seniors safe.
• Also in attendance will be Montgomery County officials, including the County Executive, representatives of the County Council, law enforcement, Department of Health and Human Services, the State’s Attorney’s Office, and others.
Meeting Accessibility Policy: Sign language interpreters and other auxiliary aids or services are available upon request, preferably at least three (3) business days before the event. Contact us at 240-777-1131 (voice) or via MD Relay at 711 or send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*One Social Work CEU (Cat. II) will be provided for pre-registrants by the Montgomery County Office of Human Resources (MCOHR). MCOHR is approved and authorized by the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners to provide Continuing Education Credits and maintains responsibility for this program. MCOHR is in voluntary compliance with the continuing education standards set by the National Association of Social Workers.
The CCL Program Attendance Policy: Participants are expected to arrive on-time and attend the entire conference session. CEU’s will not be given for partial attendance. No grace period will be allowed at the start of the program. Anyone arriving late or leaving before the end of the session will not receive CEU’s.