The program will be recorded and made available in the days following the event.
In partnership with the Better Business Bureau of Greater Maryland
, the Library is hosting a FREE
teleconference event focused on Fraud Prevention. The program is open to all Maryland residents but will have a particular focus on those with visual or physical impairments.
This program designed is to provide information on common scams and fraudulent activities that many Americans fall victim to each year. Many people believe that fraud and scams only happen online or over the telephone; or that victims are only those who are unaware of scams and fraudulent businesses. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Learn how to spot and report scams; learn how to protect yourself from fraudulent businesses. In the last year, the BBB of Maryland answered 1.8 Million inquiries about Maryland firms and their services; 455 scams were tracked online; and 10, 000 complaints were handled by their office with an 81% resolution rate.
Presenter: Jody Thomas
Jody has an extensive career spanning communications, marketing, and management for non-profit, for-profit, and higher-ed. As BBB of Greater Maryland's VP of Communications & Marketing, Jody is responsible for brand management, as well as, messaging through traditional and digital channels to key stakeholders including consumers, businesses, and the media. Jody has a degree in Mass Communication from Towson University and lives in Annapolis, MD with her husband and their Doberman Pinscher.
Music Therapy 101
Date: July 17 at 6:00 PM
This program is being held via teleconference:
Dial-in: 515-604-9516, enter access code: 202933
In partnership with Annapolis Music Therapy Service
, the library will host a FREE teleconference for those wanting to more about Music Therapy. Music Therapy is a researched based system of clinical techniques for sensorimotor training, speech and language, and cognitive training. This program is open to all Marylanders but will have a particular emphasis on the visually and physically impaired communities.
The focus of this program will be to explain the basics of music therapy, how it can benefit many people, and how, in particular, it impacts the visually impaired community.
This program is being presented by C.J. Shiloh, MT-BC, founder of Annapolis Music Therapy Service. Ms. Shiloh is a Board Certified Music Therapist, is a founding member of the Online Conference for Music Therapy and is currently serving as the Government Relations Chair-Elect of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association. She has over 20 years of experience, is a bold advocate for those with disabilities