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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Caregiver Academy 2016 Spring Series Session 4

Senior Community Services' Caregiver Support Program and Chester Senior Center offered, at no charge, an opportunity for caregivers to attend an educational and informative program that will help in the role as caregiver. Session 4 was titled "Understanding Fraud and other Common Preventable Concerns and Misconceptions" presented by Chelsea Price with Senior Victims Services and Detective Anthony Rugerri with the Senior Exploitation Unit. While caregivers attended the presentation, care receivers participated in telling jokes, stories, and a creative arts project.

Presenter, Chelsea Price, MPH, CHES

Presenter, Chelsea Price, MPH, CHES

Detective Anthony Rugerri, Presenter

Detective Anthony Rugerri, Presenter

Caregivers listen to the presentation on "Understanding Fraud and other Common Preventable Concerns and Misconceptions."

Caregivers listen to the presentation on "Understanding Fraud and other Common Preventable Concerns and Misconceptions."

Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, and care receiver, Bernice Sanders

Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, and care receiver, Bernice Sanders

Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, assists care receivers with a creative arts project.

Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, assists care receivers with a creative arts project.

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Presenter, Chelsea Price, MPH, CHES Detective Anthony Rugerri, Presenter Caregivers listen to the presentation on "Understanding Fraud and other Common Preventable Concerns and Misconceptions." Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, and care receiver, Bernice Sanders Chester Senior Center Program Coordinator, Vicky, assists care receivers with a creative arts project.