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Safe Banking for Seniors:
Protecting Older Americans from Financial Exploitation
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
3:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm CT, 1:00 pm, MT, 12:00 pm, PT

Members: $49
Non-Members: $149

Seniors lose as much as $36.5 billion each year from financial exploitation and it’s getting worse. With 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65-years old  every day, scammers are working overtime to manipulate seniors. The impact often extends beyond finances. Financially exploited seniors often suffer emotional consequences and even physical ramifications. Yet, elder financial abuse can be prevented. Partnerships between community organizations and banks are especially critical. This webinar will provide you with free tools that Adult Day Centers can access to help seniors manage their money,  identify the top financial scams targeting seniors, and ways to cultivate relationships with banks to help address elder financial fraud and abuse.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize tools available to help seniors manage their finances
  2. Identify common types of financial scams targeting seniors
  3. Understand how to partner with banks to combat elder financial exploitation

About the presenter: Samuel Kunjukunju is the Director of Bank Community Engagement at the American Bankers Association (ABA). Sam is a mission-oriented public health professional who has worked to support older Americans over the past decade. He joined ABA in May 2018 to work with the ABA Foundation to design and implement programs to advance the banking industry’s efforts to support older clients. Sam is currently directing the Safe Banking for Seniors campaign, a program designed to connect bankers with their communities to educate them on strategies to prevent elder financial abuse and exploitation.  Previously, his roles included expanding affordable housing, improving health care access, and influencing aging policy at both state and national levels to benefit seniors. Sam also spearheaded community-based participatory research programs and led neighborhood-based initiatives to cultivate environments that encourage seniors to age in place. Sam holds a Master of Public Health as well as a Master of Business Administration from the University of Rochester.

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Financing the Growth of Your ADS Center

New Date will be Published When Scheduled
3:00 pm EST, 2:00 pm CT, 1:00 pm, MT, 12:00 pm, PT
Members: $49
Non-Members: $149

One of the challenges facing healthcare providers in 2019 is how to keep their operations running efficiently. Allocation of your financial resources can be an overwhelming task and being accurate in how you allocate your resources is important to protect the viability of the people you employ and support. There are strong financial risk management considerations that a sale leaseback option provides that can reduce the financial stress of operating and managing your Adult Care Facility.

Sale-leasebacks enable owners to monetize real estate when real estate is not a core business driver. Free up your capital (in the real estate) and use it for other areas of your business. This webinar will provide you with a guide to maximize your real estate asset.

  • Get immediate access to your capital that may otherwise be challenged by the process of attaining bank financing.
  • Maximize the value of your business by selling the real estate separately from your company.
  • Increase your credit rating, eliminate some, or all, of your debt, and free up the balance sheet by entering into a sale-leaseback arrangement.

About the Presenters:

Mary Bea Eaton – CEO of Scioto Properties

Mary Bea Eaton has over 30 years of experience in executive management in the I/DD industry promoting and advancing services, programs and policies that support healthier outcomes for people with disabilities.  She currently serves on the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) Foundation Board of Trustees and is on the ANCOR International Council and is also a member of the ANCOR Included. Supported. Empowered. campaign committee to celebrate the success of people with I/DD and the work the providers are doing to support people in communities throughout the U.S.

Roberto Delgado – Vice President of Acquisitions and Portfolio Management

Roberto Delgado, Vice President of Acquisitions and Portfolio Management, is an experienced real estate finance and investment manager. He has worked mainly in healthcare real estate and has held a variety of leadership positions dealing with acquisitions, asset management and financial lease structures. Mr. Delgado has a Bachelor of Arts, Economics from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a Master of Business Administration from The University of Chicago.




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