The Caregiving Con: How to Spot and Stop In-Home Senior Fraud

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The Caregiving Con: How to Spot and Stop In-Home Senior Fraud

February 21
13:10 2024
“A must for anyone who wants to protect their elderly loved ones from financial abuse” – Michael Hackard, Esq.

In-home caregiver fraud of older adults (many of whom are diagnosed with dementia) has reached epidemic proportions with financial damage estimated in the billions and sometimes resulting in physical injury or even death to the unsuspecting senior. In many cases, the perpetrator is a friend or relative whose influence grows while that of the enraged family continues to diminish.

Drawing upon three decades of experience as a family advocate and mediator, the author squarely answers the critical question of how and why charlatans are able to position themselves to succeed in pilfering from a vulnerable senior despite family’s efforts to intervene. The book teaches concerned advocates how to regain control of a spiraling situation with a comprehensive set of tried-and-true insights and strategies, along with tips for predator-proofing one’s own future.

Rosemary DeCuir-McKown, consultant, speaks and writes on dementia caregiving to a wide range of audiences. She’s been interviewed about her first book, Coping with Dementia – Effective Solutions to Family Caregiving Dilemmas by New York Times bestselling author Jack Canfield (viewable at www.alliancefamilyadvocates.com)

“A brilliant reality check on truly tough stuff with equally brilliant strategies to conquer it. Ignore it at your family’s (and your own) peril.” – Di Patterson, MSG, CPG

For further information, please contact us at: [email protected]

Rosemary Decuir–Mckown

Published through and available on Amazon February 21, 2024

Priced at $ 19.99

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