we need your help!

The re-scheduling of the 2020 conference has caused significant financial impact on our non-profit organization, however there is help available on GiveNOLA Day on June 2nd.

From midnight to midnight that day you can donate to our non-profit, and all of your donations go directly to the support of the organization.  Remember, we have no paid staff, so the funds raised help us with our training and outreach efforts to prevent Elder Abuse.  All donations are submitted online, and you can help by just clicking on the GiveNOLA logo above.  That will take you to the American Elder Abuse Conference page on the donation site, and you can make a donation of $10 or more.  The donations can be made any time the entire 24 hours of the day on June 2nd, so if you work off-hour shifts, you can help us at any time you can find a couple of minutes.  In fact, there are contests for participating non-profits who receive donations in the early morning and late night hours, so think positively if you choose to donate outside of the 8-5 time frame.  And if you don’t think you will be available any time on June 2nd, just go to WWW.GIVENOLA.ORG and schedule your donation in advance!

If you are on this site, then you care about Elder Abuse; help us help our elders by training those people who can prevent and intervene to stop Elder Abuse!





financial exploitation conclave

September 23-25, 2020


slidell, la


due to the covid 19 virus crisis, we have suspended registration for the 2020 conference and have re-scheduled the event for September 23-25, 2020. 

The change in dates means there will be some change in faculty and classes, although it appears almost all the originally scheduled classes will occur.

due to the guidance from the federal government, we will delay any consideration of re-initiating registration until at least april 30th.  at that time we will determine if and when registration can begin again.

please make your best effort to comply with the guidelines for preventing the spread of covid 19.

watch this web site for updates regarding the conference.

The American Elder Abuse Conference, Inc. does not discriminate based on gender, age, socioeconomic or ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.  Instructors will inform our organization and disclose any financial or non-financial interest in any product, instrument, device, service, or material discussed during their presentation and the source of any compensation prior to the start of the presentation, which will, in turn, be disclosed to attendees.  Instructors will demonstrate high standards of professional conduct, and are compliant with copyright laws and have ownership of or permission to use all materials used in conjunction with the presentation.