October 15th begins open enrollment for Medicare’s more than 65 million participants. Scammers use this time as an opportunity to take advantage of older adults.

Each year, we observe World Elder Abuse Awareness Day as a day to acknowledge, support, and empower older adults. Human rights don’t age. As a community, we can ensure that older adults are treated as full members. Knowing the different types of elder abuse and the red flags is just a first step.

Con artists can use Artificial Intelligence to clone a voice of a loved one. This technology is called deepfake.

As a new tax season begins, keep in mind scammers will be revving up their efforts to steal YOUR money. Here are some steps to help keep you identity and money safe.

AgeWell Middle Tennessee shares the Social Security Administration’s tips for keeping your money and personal information safe. Slam the scam!

The Social Security Office of the Inspector General provides tools to recognize Social Security-related scams and stop scammers from stealing your money and personal information.

Romance scams are on the rise and loneliness and new technology have contributed to the increase. All ages are susceptible but the riskiest group is the 55-64 age range.