The Commission on Aging coordinates and participates in events throughout the year such as CarFit, the 4th of July Parade, Senior Health Series workshops, Family Caregiver Retreats, and senior needs assessments and surveys.
2022 Senior Seminars
Scams and Fraud Prevention - Thursday, January 13, 1:30-3:00 pm.
In this in-person class, you will learn:
- Password Safety
- How to determine a fake website?
- Why you should never clink on Ads?
- Are you secure on PayPal? Zelle or Cash Apps?
- How to avoid identity theft
Each year millions of consumers lose their money, their privacy and, in some cases, their safety to scammers. While frauds are widespread, there are ways to avoid becoming their next victim. This seminar will educate and empower you to recognize and avoid all types of scams — whether online, by phone, by mail, or in person. Protect yourself and your family by protecting your information and your finances.
Instructor Bio: Veronica Dangerfield brings an engaging and thought-provoking enthusiasm to her webinars. She is a Financial Educator for Patelco Credit Union, an award-winning international speaker, a published poet, and a professional comedienne. What you will remember most is how much fun you had learning, and you’ll be armed with key takeaways that will shift your thinking and impact your financial life.
2020-21 Senior Seminars
Coping with COVID Senior Health Series
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Commission partnered with the Pleasant Hill Senior Center to offer a Coping with COVID Senior Health series online through Zoom. The free presentations are below.