The U.S. senior adult population is expected to double between now and 2030, when one in four individuals will be older than 65. Sadly, these men and women are increasingly subject to elder exploitation and financial abuse. The Office of Older Americans estimates that senior adults lose $2.9 billion annually to financial exploitation, and other reports estimate that as many as 5 million senior adults may be victimized by financial exploitation each year.

To help credit unions lead the fight against this harmful trend, we've compiled the following resources.