Protect Senior Citizens from Scams!
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Do you enjoy public speaking or prefer one-on-one educational interactions out of the spotlight? Either way, we need your services! Prevent seniors from being victimized and save taxpayers billions of dollars lost each year to healthcare fraud.
Ohio SMP* Volunteer Peer Educators teach older Ohioans how to stay safe from healthcare fraud and identity theft. This is critical to the well-being of seniors who are the most victimized of any group.
Benefits include free training and continued education, flexible schedule that meets your needs, mileage reimbursement, and minimal easy-to-complete paperwork.
Ohio SMP is a project of Pro Seniors, a non-profit organization providing free legal and long-term care assistance to older adults.
*Senior Medicare Patrol
Ohio SMP is supported by Grant #90MPPG0005-01-00 from the Administration for Community Living (ACL).
About Pro Seniors, Inc. - Elder Rights Advocacy & Elder Law
7162 Reading Road, Suite 1150, Cincinnati, OH 45237, US
Pro Seniors helps older adults maintain their independence by empowering them, protecting their interests, and helping them access resources.
Pro Seniors' provides legal advice to all Ohio residents age 60 or over who call our legal hotline, and free assistance to people in southwestern Ohio who need to choose and understand nursing homes and related long-term care. Pro Seniors also helps people resolve problems with long-term care providers, understand Medicare and other benefit programs, avoid Medicare fraud, and offers community education and regularly scheduled continuing education for professionals working with older adults.
We'll work with your schedule.
In your community throughout OhioPro Seniors7162 Reading Rd. #1150Cincinnati, OH 45237
- People Skills
- Basic Computer Skills
- Reading / Writing
- General Education
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 40
- Orientation or Training
- One time a year
- Comfort with speaking to an audience is desirable, but not required.