Recognizing Fraud Toolkit

The Alberta Council on Aging advises the local to the federal government about matters relating to the opportunity for full and equal participation of older persons living in Alberta and Canada.

The council engages with the seniors’ community; communicate their ideas, opinions and concerns to government and the broader community; and work toward solutions with governments, community organizations, and other seniors serving agencies.

The Alberta Council on Aging develops programs and publications aligned with age friendly initiatives with the aim to eliminate ageism and promote inclusiveness of older persons in all Albertan communities, whereby living out its mandate to improve the quality of life for seniors.

We are very interested in sharing out our materials such as the Recognizing Fraud Toolkit, under the Financial Literacy for Seniors program.  Please contact us if you are using the toolkit; if you need more information; or would like the templates.  Your success is our success!

Donna Durand, Executive Director and Projects Manager    1.888.423.9666

Contents of the Recognizing Fraud Toolkit

  •     Trainer’s Manual
  •     Recognizing Fraud Booklet for participants
  •     Recognizing Fraud PowerPoint presentation CD
  •     PowerPoint:  slides and presenter’s notes

Click here to download the Recognizing Fraud Toolkit.

Click here to see additional financial literacy resources from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.


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