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A Better Partnership


May 2015
May 21, 2015
Aging Well Conference

Cultural Center at St. Nicholas | Hosted By: Council on Aging

8:30 am - 1pm

The topic this year is "Aging Well: Senior Safety." Topics discussed will include identity theft, elder abuse, and in-home safety.

Speakers are Suzy Khoury, Senior Brigade & Cyber Safety, Department of Attorney General, with "Scams, Swindles and Fraud Identity Theft;" Phil Catlett, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of West Michigan, with "How to Investigate a Charity before you Donate;" and Deputy Ryan Roe, Kent County Sheriff's Department, with "Remodeling, Building & Construction Scams."

Also speaking will be Laura Morris, partner at Warner Norcross & Judd Attorneys at Law, with "Financial Elder Abuse;" Kim Van Dam and Lianna Reatin, certified occupational therapy assistants Easter Seal of Michigan, with "Safety at Home;" and Nancy Kropiewnicki, coordinator of the Kent County Elder Abuse Coalition Area Agency on Aging Western Michigan, on "Elder Abuse."

The event is free and includes gourmet breakfast and free prize entries. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 616-682-5574 or emailing

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