Recognizing Fraud Toolkit
The Recognizing Fraud program is designed to raise awareness about fraudulent activities. We talk about how to protect yourself, your money, and your identity. By thinking ahead, learning strategies to make good decisions regarding scams and fraud, building good habits, and being aware, you can greatly reduce your risk of becoming a victim of fraud.
- Trainer’s Manual
- Recognizing Fraud Booklet for participants
- Recognizing Fraud PowerPoint presentation
- PowerPoint: slides and presenter’s notes
Click here to access the Recognizing Fraud Toolkit.
Recognizing Abuse Toolkit
Abuse is a violation of fundamental rights. Learn more about the common types of abuse, possible warning signs that someone is being abused, how to report and where to get help.
- Recognizing Abuse Booklet for participants
- Recognizing Abuse PowerPoint presentation
- PowerPoint: presenter’s notes
Click here to access the Recognizing Abuse Toolkit.
Let’s Talk Dementia Toolkit
Is dementia the same as Alzheimer’s disease? Can dementia be prevented or delayed? Alzheimer’s disease is just one form of dementia. Learn about what dementia is, what an age friendly/dementia friendly community looks like, and how to enhance quality of life for people living with dementia.
- Let’s Talk Dementia Presenter’s Manual
- Let’s Talk Dementia PowerPoint Presentation
- Let’s Talk Dementia Booklet for Participants
- Let’s Talk Dementia Presenter’s Notes
- When Tippy Tucks Us In PowerPoint Presentation
- When Tippy Tucks Us In Presenter’s Pamphlet (a guide to presentation, with follow-up questions for participants)
Click here to access the Let’s Talk Dementia Toolkit.
Pre and Post Retirement
To maintain a good quality of life after retirement, it is important to have ongoing plans in place. These plans can range from budgeting to estate planning. We recommend having guest speaker from community who is knowledgeable with content.
- Pre and Post Retirement Overview
Click here to access the Overview