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Free events On the lead up to National Adult Support and Protection Day

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On the lead up to National Adult Support and Protection Day, taking place on 20th February 2021, the Forth Valley Financial Harm Group are providing a series of online speakers who will provide free, useful information and advice. 

There are three sessions scheduled to take place between 16th February and 19th February relative to financial harm.  The table below details the specifics of each event.  The Teams link to join each session can be found within the table below.

To learn more about Adult Support and Protection please visit www.actagainstharm.org

 
Date Time Topic Speaker Joining
Tuesday
16th February
1100 – 1200   Six Legal Must Do’s for the Over 50’s – Solicitors for Older People  David Borrowman, Senior Partner of Caesar & Howie, Solicitors & Estate Agents and founder  member of Solicitors for Older People Scotland.  David will be presenting his popular session on The Six Legal Must Dos for the Over 50s.  This is a session that every Scot over 50 should attend.  Click here to join the meeting
Wednesday
17th February
1400 – 1500 Keeping you Safe from Frauds and Scams PC Bryan Mackie, Crime Prevention Officer, Police Scotland and Mark Muirhead, Community Banker RBS will take you through this important topic and provide advice on how we can protect ourselves
 
Click here to join the meeting
Friday
19th February  
1000 – 1100   Keeping you Safe from Frauds and Scams PC Bryan Mackie, Crime Prevention Officer, Police Scotland and Mark Muirhead, Community Banker RBS will take you through this important topic and provide advice on how we can protect ourselves
 
Click here to join the meeting


 
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