As many as 1 in 18 “cognitively intact, community-dwelling” older Americans fall victim to an elder fraud scam every year, according to a 2017 study in the American Journal of Public Health. These are older people who do not have diminished mental states and who live on their own. They are most likely trusting people who simply don’t expect a scam.


Their Elder Fraud guide covers common scams, red flags to look out for and provides step by step instructions on how to protect yourself or a relative.

We’re proud to partner with Elderhood, meetups for active older adults, and small-group day programs for seniors who need a little support (including memory care)—all in an intimate home setting. Half and full-day sessions now available in Fairfield County.