Elder Care Fraud-Trends and Cases

IAG’s Tammy Thomas (Principal) and Laurie Dyke (Founding Partner) recently participated in a virtual Fireside Chat about “Elder Care Fraud – Trends and Cases” along with Jeanne Canavan with the DeKalb County Georgia District Attorney’s Office and David Blake with the Georgia Department of Human Services, all specialists in the fight against Elder Fraud and Abuse.

The Fireside Chat was sponsored by the AICPA and CIMA, together the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants. In this event, each panelist shared their experiences, case examples, and recommendations for preventing and detecting Elder Fraud and Abuse, which is defined as any act that causes harm to an elder person and is carried out by someone they know and trust, such as a family member or friend.

IAG is pleased to have participated in this event and to continue the fight against Elder Fraud and Abuse.

The link to the entire Fireside Chat may be found here: https://www.aicpa.org/resources/video/elder-care-fraud-trends-and-cases



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Joanna Stallworth joined IAG in 2008 as the firm’s Executive Assistant but now servers as the Operations Manager.

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