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Former FBI Director Airs Warning About Elder Fraud

May 10, 2022 - Former FBI and CIA Director William Webster, targeted by scammers in 2019, is now participating in public service announcements warning fellow senior citizens about elder fraud.

After Husband Dies 83-Year-old ‘Muddy Mildred’ Runs Her Third Tough Mudder Race to Provide Clean Water

May 05, 2022 - An octogenarian is determined to complete her third Tough Mudder race while fundraising to help an African village obtain clean water.

Aging Well Aging Well 27 Mother's Day gifts and activities ideas for seniors

May 03, 2022 - These suggestions can offer alternatives to the traditional ways we celebrate our mothers, grandmothers, and mother figures for Mother's Day as they age.

Fraud targeting California’s seniors spiked in 2020

May 02, 2022 - Despite one in every three senior citizens lacking the funds to support their basic needs, scammers continue to financially exploit vulnerable adults in California.

SEC Announces Older Investor Roundtable Event to Be Held April 28

Apr 25, 2022 - The Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of the Investor Advocate will be hosting The Older Investor Roundtable, a virtual event discussing topics relevant to older investors and financial professionals such as fraud.

2 personality traits associated with cognitive decline in new study

Apr 20, 2022 - A recent study found that participants who display personality traits of high anxiety and low discipline may be at increased risk of developing dementia.