Seniors/Older Adults


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The Senior Gateway portal is a one-stop Website intended to provide seniors, their families, and caregivers with the information they need to connect to helpful services and resources, to find answers, and solve problems.
  • FINRA Investor Education Foundation, National Center for Victims of Crime Release Taking Action: An Advocate’s Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial Fraud
    More than 30 million Americans fall victim to financial fraud every year. The National Center for Victims of Crime and the FINRA Foundation produced, Taking Action: An Advocate’s Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial Fraud
  • Safe Banking for Seniors
    A campaign to educate seniors and their caregivers on the risks of financial fraud
  • SEC Investor.gov and Alerts and Bulletins  
    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy offers these Web pages to help individual investors. Learning how to invest wisely and safely can assist investors in reaching their financial and retirement goals. Investor Alerts and Bulletins are issued to help inform and educate investors on frauds and to impart other information relevant to investing in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities.
  • Securities Helpline for Seniors  
    FINRA provides this toll-free helpline for seniors to get assistance with their brokerage accounts and investments.
  • ServeOurSenior.org (NASAA) – Tools for senior investors
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More Information for Seniors
There are many programs, services and organizations which provide services and support to seniors and their caregivers. Your local Area Agency on Aging (AAA), established through the Older Americans Act, can help you find local support services. These services include: care management, community senior employment training, family caregiver support programs, health insurance counseling and advocacy, legal assistance, nutrition services, and health services and medical screenings. In addition to these core services, each AAA provides other programs and services in their community. To locate the AAA near you in the state of California call 1.800.510.2020, nationally contact the Elder Care Locator at 1-800-677-1116 or visit their Website at www.eldercare.gov  

 

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