Sacramento County will reopen a financial fraud unit in January after reports of scams against the elderly have gone up dramatically since Adult Protective Services eliminated the unit several years ago.
Got questions on retirement planning? On Thursday, consumers can get free advice in an online chat sponsored by Kiplinger personal finance magazine and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.
A class promoting safety for older drivers as they adapt to changes that come with age will be held April 29 in Yuba City.
The owner of a million-dollar home overlooking McKinley Park hired a former assemblyman, traffic and parking expert, environmental planner, engineer and onetime state fire marshal to stop a senior housing complex from going up behind him.
Seniors First, the nonprofit agency that administers Placer County’s federally funded seniors programs, lost its contract late last week to deliver meals to more than 100 homebound seniors.
A Sacramento advocate for the elderly is suing the state for allegedly endangering vulnerable residents by failing to promptly investigate nursing home complaints, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in San Francisco.
Seniors First, which administers a host of federally funded seniors programs in Placer County including Meals on Wheels, plans to shut its doors temporarily on Nov. 1 as a result of the federal shutdown.