Day One

Elder Justice in DC: New Interest, New Support – Bob Blancato, MPA

PANEL: Turning LEAD (panel) into Gold – Laura Mosqueda, MD

Making It Easier to Do the Right Thing: The Elder Mistreatment Emergency Department Toolkit – Rebecca Jackson Stoeckle & Tony Rosen, MD, MPH

KEYNOTE: Elder Abuse Research & Advocacy; Are you sho’nuff tired?  – Charles Mouton, MD, MS, MBA

Day Two

What if We Designed Systems Based on What People Actually Want and Need, Grounded in Principles of Prevention, Purpose and Restoration? –  Marie-Therese Connolly

KEYNOTE: Absent the Lens of Equity and Inclusion, is Elder Abuse – Geoffrey Rogers

Understanding Fraud Victims – Using Big Data to Explore Repeat Victimization, Neighborhood Characteristics, and the Role of Emotion on the Magnitude of Loss  – Marti DeLiema, PhD

Financial Exploitation Risk and the Brain – Duke Han, PhD, ABPP-CN

A Person-Centered Approach to Financial Fountain Ballroom Decision-Making and Exploitation – Peter Lichtenberg, PhD, ABPP

Resilience After Elder Abuse: Strategies to Improve Mental Health Built on Community Connection – Melba Hernandez-Tejada, PhD, DHA

Knowledge and Interpersonal Skills to Develop Exemplary Relationships: An Innovative Approach to Prevent Caregiver Abuse – Donna Benton, PhD

“This place can beat you up”: Aging, Illness, and Victimization of Persons Experiencing Unsheltered Homelessness – Alexis Coulourides Kogan, PhD, MSG

Elder Abuse: A Global Perspective – Christopher Mikton, PhD

Building Research Evidence for the Prevention and Intervention of Elder Mistreatment: Programmatic Efforts at the National Institute on Aging to Support Rigorous Research and Improve Inclusion and Health Equity – Melissa Gerald, PhD

CLOSING KEYNOTE: The Power of Meaning and Memory – Anne Basting, PhD