Advocacy for the Elderly: “Last Will and Embezzlement” - a documentary film showing in Mishawaka, Indiana

“Last Will and Embezzlement”, which takes on the ever-burgeoning problem of elder financial exploitation, is being brought to the Michiana Region on September 23. The screening is free, open to the public and includes a panel discussion following the screening.

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Ron Meyer, CEO of Universal Pictures stated after seeing the film which stars Mickey Rooney, “Really … it’s a fantastic piece of work … absolutely riveting, shocking, disturbing, thought-provoking, everything a good documentary should be – it’s perfect.”

Mishawaka, Indiana (PRWEB) September 05, 2014

“Last Will and Embezzlement”, which takes on the ever-burgeoning problem of elder financial exploitation, is being brought to the Michiana Region on September 23. The screening is free, open to the public and includes a panel discussion following the screening.

The film has made waves nationwide since it was launched in 2012. It is being utilized as a teaching tool by such notable institutions and organizations as Penn State Law School, the Utah State Law Library, Wells Fargo Advisors, and Area Agencies on Aging across the country, as well as banks, insurance companies and law offices.

Ron Meyer, CEO of Universal Pictures stated after seeing the film which stars Mickey Rooney, “Really … it’s a fantastic piece of work … absolutely riveting, shocking, disturbing, thought-provoking, everything a good documentary should be – it’s perfect.”

This vitally important event has been made possible by the support and generous sponsorship by
Teachers Credit Union Trust Department, Center for Hospice Care, Heritage Point Alzheimer’s Special Care Center, Always Best Home Care and The Michiana Gerontology Institute.

Event Details:
September 23, 2014
Center for Hospice Care, 501 Comfort Place (near Central Park), Mishawaka
Hors d’oeuvers at 5:30pm
Screening at 6:00pm

Panel Discussion immediately following:

  • Barbara Dzikowski, Program Director Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services of Northern Indiana
  • Carol Bartosik, Special Investigator, Adult Protective Services
  • Rev. Cory L. Gathright, Sr., Pastor
  • Meg Loitz, J.D., Trust Officer, TCU Trust Services
  • Wendell Walsh, Attorney, May Oberfell Lorber

Please RSVP by September 16 at (574) 245-4735 ext. 5878 as space is limited.


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