It's SOOOO good to know that “Last Will and Embezzlement” is changing so many lives! It’s unfortunate the WEAAD event has to be postponed, but at the same time, it’s great to know the film is being used for such wonderful events.
Hi, everyone, Pamela Glasner here. I am delighted to tell you I spoke with Ralph Oneal, the organization’s director, yesterday, April 28th, and he assured me he wants “Last Will and Embezzlement” to be a part of next year’s American Elder Abuse Conference, which is tentatively set for May 5-7. I’ll keep you posted!
Shoreline Area Senior Network
Shoreline Area Senior Network (SASN) is a venue for professionals who work with older adults. The main focus of the group is to educate professionals with the latest information and updated legislation to better serve the older adult population.
Ms. Glasner was going to be screening “Last Will and Embezzlement,” followed by some comments and an audience Q&A on Wednesday, April 22nd but, of course, that cannot happen now. But take heart! All is not lost. Because she and Sharelle Thornton, Director of Community Relations, are trying to work out a virtual event, which would still include the film. So please stay tuned!
As of this writing, the new target date is Wednesday, May 27th, running from 8:00-9:30AM.
If you live in the Clinton, CT, area and have not seen “Last Will,”and have not seen Ms. Glasner speak, you really should try to participate if at all possible. It will be well worth your trouble!
COVID-19 Updates for 2020
Obviously, the pandemic has affected all of us greatly, and while Ms. Glasner is still 100% committed to serving and protecting the elderly, all of Ms. Glasner’s in-person engagements have been put on hold until social distancing is a thing of the past. However ...
It is Ms. Glasner’s full intention to bring “Last Will and Embezzlement” to you virtually as soon as possible. Stay tuned for further news.
In the meantime, please keep your distance, but don’t forget to keep your loved ones in your prayers and close to your heart.
Stay in touch! Isolation is the very worst enemy a senior citizen can have; it is what leads to the lion’s share of financial exploitation. So call or Skype or Facetime or drive over and love each other through the glass door. Do anything, just don’t allow long periods of time to go by without contact. Life is so precious and, as we are now seeing, can be cut unexpectedly short. So stay in each others’ prayers and stay visible in each others’ lives.
UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2020
“Last Will and Embezzlement” and Ms. Glasner are to be featured at four different 2020 conferences so far:
Details to follow!
Kasem Cares Foundation Conference - 2020
“Last Will and Embezzlement” and Ms. Glasner have been invited to participate in one of the west coast’s most prestigious conferences for the benefit of America’s elderly, the Fourth Annual Kasem Cares conference, to be held at the Hyatt Regency in Orange County, CA, on April 28th and 29th, 2020.
The address: 11999 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA, 92840. If you plan to be in the area at the end of April, please do attend. It promises to be an excellent event!
Stop by the “Last Will and Embezzlement” Facebook page on occasion for updates on this and all of Ms. Glasner’s speaking engagements.
Ethics and Elder Abuse Symposium – Atlanta
Featuring the documentary film “Last Will and Embezzlement”
To be followed by a discussion / Q & A with social advocate/filmmaker/author Pamela S. K. Glasner
Panel discussion with Special Victims Forensic Specialist Anna Thomas, Detective Bryant Olejnik, and Elder Law Attorney Cindy Nelson
To be held on February 7th 2020
Shepherd Center, 2020 Peachtree Road Northwest, Atlanta, Georgia
7th floor auditorium
Hosted by CEU Creations - CEU Credits Available
BY ATTENDING THIS EVENT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
1. Name and state the difference of the different forms of elder abuse.
2. Identify at least 3 ethical principles that could arise around the issue of elder abuse
3. As mandated reporters –state the necessary steps one must take when elder abuse is suspected.
4. Discuss the role of ethical standards as applied to our discussions around elder abuse
5. Identify different warning signs and ways to prevent elder abuse.
For more information on the course, accommodations for disability,
please contact CEU Creations via Anne McSweeney at email@example.com or 404-421-6055
Register here: https://www.ceucreationsinc.com/
AMERICAN ELDER ABUSE CONFERENCE
HOW EXCITING! “Last Will and Embezzlement” and I are being featured at the 3-day-long American Elder Abuse Conference just outside of New Orleans in May. One significant portion of it will be my presentation to the Financial Exploitation Conclave: professionals who pursue justice for financial exploitation victims.
To be held May 4-6, 2020 at the Harbor Center is Slidell, Louisiana.
Follow this link for additional info: http://elderabuseconference.org/