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Impacting Change Through Empowerment and Collaboration

Lexington Senior Center
195 Life Lane, Lexington, Kentucky

Thursday, September 20, 2018
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

This program is designed for our collaborative partners to discuss trends, current statistics and issues facing senior Kentuckians. Speakers at this year’s Summit will include representatives from: the United States Attorney’s Office, the Department for Aging and Independent Living, Elder Law Attorney, Central Bank & Trust Co. and more.

Registration is open to all senior service providers working with seniors and their families at any level in the Commonwealth. Our goal is to enhance the overall community approach in understanding and combatting elder abuse, fraud and exploitation.


  • Financial Exploitation of Nursing Home Residents
  • Do We Really Catch the Bad Guy? Federal Prosecution of the Top Trending Scams
  • Planning Ahead: Veterans and Elder Care (featuring Medicaid planning and avoidance and VA eligibility)
  • Banking Fraud and Investigations
  • The Adult Guardianship Guide: Panel of Discussion
  • AARP Kentucky
This is a free event, however, registration is required. Co-sponsor AARP Kentucky will host lunch for the first 100 people registered!

Click here to register online, or download an informational flyer here.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact The Office of Senior Protection and Mediation at 502.696.5300 or email or

What Does the Brain Say?

by Gregory A. Jicha, MD, PhD

Dr. Jicha is a Professor in the Department of Neurology and Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at the University of Kentucky. He serves on the Executive Committee and is the Director of the Clinical Core at UK, and the NIA-funded Alzheimer’s Disease Center. He also directs the Telemedicine Cognitive Clinic at UK, designed to reach out to rural populations across Kentucky for both clinical and research-related activities in the area of Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders.

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