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"SENIOR INFORMATION LINE" PROGRAM

WHAT Seniors from across the state of New York phone in to access the latest news and updates on safety, new laws and other issues of interest.
WHYTo make it simple for seniors to stay informed and empowered.
WHEREThe New York State Consumer Protection Board (CPB)
The State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA)
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale (Weinberg Center)


Program Description


"Accurate, timely and unbiased Information is the key for older New Yorkers
and their families to protecting their rights."

- Michael J. Burgess, Director of the New York State Office for the Aging.

A new topic for seniors will be featured on the "Senior Information Line" on a monthly basis.

The "Senior Information Line" provides information that seniors can use to stay safe, maximize their independence and improve their everyday lives. 


Examples of topics covered include:

-Fall prevention
-Identity theft and scams
-Choosing the right cell phone plan
-Power of Attorney Laws

source:dos.ny.gov


Find out more about the "Senior Information Line" Program

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