New Volunteer Open House

Are you looking to make a difference?

Plan to attend CARIE’s New Volunteer Open House to discover how you can become an advocate to improve the well-being of older adults.  Meet staff and volunteers to learn about CARIE’s programs and services along with volunteer opportunities in programs such as the Philadelphia Long Term Care Ombudsman program, health care fraud prevention, victims’ advocacy, and more.  CARIE welcomes volunteers of all ages.  Become a volunteer and discover new skills, make friends, and most importantly, help those in need!

Any questions or to RSVP, contact Jessica Hartfield at 215-545-5728 or [email protected]

Long Term Care Ombudsman Volunteer Open House

Join the Philadelphia Long Term Care Ombudsman for an Open House! 

Are you looking to make a difference?

Learn how you can get involved in your community as a Volunteer Ombudsman! Meet and greet with current staff and volunteer Ombudsman at CARIE to hear more about how you can be an advocate for people residing in long-term care facilities.

“I volunteer because I like to be an example for my children. There’s always something you can do.” – William Magwood, Volunteer Ombudsman

Thursday, June 8, 2017

5pm – 7pm

1500 JFK Blvd., Suite 1500

Philadelphia PA, 19102

Food and drink will be provided!

No RSVP Required.

Questions? Call of email Jessica Hartfield: 215-545-5728, [email protected]

2016 Elder Access to Justice Conference

The 2016 Elder Access to Justice conference will be held on Friday, June 17 at the Montgomery County Community College, Parkhouse Hall. Registration begins at 8:30am and program begins promptly at 9:00am.

This year’s theme is Scams, Shams and Seniors: How do we keep them safe? The event is moderated by Judge Lois Murphy and our keynote speaker will be David Hoffman, JD, FCPP. Mr. Hoffman was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for 12 ½ years. He prosecuted health care fraud matters, both civilly and criminally. Mr. Hoffman led the first health care fraud RICO prosecution in the district and pioneered the use of the federal civil False Claims Act to address failure of care matters.
Workshop topics include: How to protect yourself from Protectors, Criminal and Civil Response, Prevent, Detect, Report: Curbing Health Care Fraud, and Residents Rights and Risks. Workshop presenters are local experts and all sessions will be repeated twice.

The conference is free thanks to our sponsors and breakfast and lunch are included. CLEs pending.
Sponsors: Alzheimer’s Association, Rosemary R Ferrino, Law Office, Only Senior Matters-Natalie Landro, Janney Montgomery Scott, CARIE (Center for Advocacy and the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, Montgomery Bar Association, Health Partners Plans, Gerhard & Gerhard, P.C., Diane Zabowski, The Law Offices of Michelle Burke, P.C.

Click here to register. Space is limited.

Download the Flyer Today: Elder Abuse conference-Save the Date 2016

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