Attorney General Schuette is dedicated to protecting Michigan seniors. The Attorney General's office works proactively to protect Michigan's most vulnerable citizens. The Consumer Education program provides seniors and their caregivers with trusted and useful information on financial matters, common senior scams, and health care. The office also offers free, in-person Consumer Education presentations on topics such as: Home Repair and Improvement; Identity Theft; In-Home Care and Senior Residences; Investment Fraud; Online Safety; and Phone, Mail, and e-Scams.
Attorney General Schuette remains committed to the aggressive prosecution of criminals who engage in elder abuse. His office maintains a joint enforcement initiative with the Social Security Administration to protect residents of nursing homes from financial exploitation.
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