Cleveland, OH - Probate Administration, Trust Administration and Guardianships Co-Chair Adam Fried conducted the Annual Consortium Against Adult Abuse (C3A) meeting, held on June 13, 2014 at the Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.

The C3A Consortium is a network of concerned organizations and individuals whose mission is to facilitate the identification, prevention and treatment of abuse, neglect and exploitation of elderly and vulnerable adults in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Medina counties. The Consortium has been an important leader in the fight against senior and adult abuse since 1979.

Fried, who serves as the First Vice Chair of C3A, participated in two panel discussions.  The first was a multi-disciplinary panel discussion regarding the individual roles of the panel in developing cases of abuse, neglect, and exploitation and the second was an interactive case study panel discussion about the various methods that can be employed when abuse/neglect is suspected.The name of the seminar was "Unraveling the Evidence, the Forensic Side of Elder Abuse".  

At the conference Ron Hill was presented with the first inaugural Ron Hill Legacy Award for his lifetime commitment to advocacy for older adults. He is the current, but retiring director of the WRAAA (Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging). 

Pictures from the event can be seen here.

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