Meet & Greet - a collaboration to help reduce elder abuse
The Lake Oswego Adult Community Center (ACC) is pleased to announce a unique collaboration to benefit vulnerable adults in the City - join us on November 13 to learn more!
Starting this month, Lake Oswego Police Department Adult Resources Officer Dawn Pecoraro and Clackamas County Adult Protective Services Specialist Trevor Lewis will be co-located at the ACC - alongside ACC Client Services Coordinator Trace Rew and other older adult-serving professionals - to help reduce elder abuse.
Did you know… elder abuse affects one in ten elders nationally? This team will work together to help identify and reduce abuse, neglect and exploitation of older adults (in addition to providing information on the many vital programs offered by the ACC - such as respite, transportation, Meals on Wheels, support groups and more).
Lake Oswego will be the only location known to have this multidisciplinary setting for older adults in the country – join us for a “Meet & Greet” on Wednesday, November 13, from 1-2:30 p.m. While you’re there, take a few minutes to check out the proposed remodel/improvements coming to the ACC.
Wednesday, November 13, from 1-2:30 p.m.
Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G Avenue
Light refreshments will be served.
Photo: LOPD Adult Resources Officer Dawn Pecoraro & ACC Client Services Coordinator Trace Rew