April 19, 2006
Senior Summit 2006: Protecting and Serving California's Aging Population
The Department of Financial Institutions will be participating in a first-of-its kind event: Senior Summit 2006: Protecting and Serving California's Aging Population on May 12, 2006, at the Sacramento Convention Center.
This Summit, presented by the California Department of Consumer Affairs, will bring together state, federal and local government agencies, community-based organizations and other providers of services to seniors. We will discuss the problems and issues facing California's seniors, how those issues are currently being addressed, and ways to create partnerships to better meet the needs of elderly Californians.
There will be 14 seminars throughout the day, including seminars on privacy and identity theft; consumer and real estate scams that target seniors; elder financial abuse; education, media relations and outreach for non-English speaking seniors; health insurance; and government services to seniors.
We hope you will join us in participating in this FREE all-day summit. Continental breakfast and a boxed lunch will be provided.
For more information about the summit, visit www.seniorsummit.ca.gov . To register, click on the "Register HERE" link.