Among our greatest challenges as a nation
today is making America a safe place
to grow old
.”  — Lisa Nerenberg


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Recent Clients

Police Executive Research Forum
National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
National Indian Council on Aging
National Hispanic Council on Aging
National Adult Protective Services Association
United Way of Bruce Grey (Ontario)
Ontario Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Waterloo Region Committee on Elder Abuse and the Elder Abuse Response Team
Local, State & Regional
San Diego State University’s School of Social Work
San Francisco Superior Court
Elder Financial Protection Network
City College of San Francisco
San Francisco Long Term Ombudsman Program
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"Your presentation  was nothing short of excellent! You brought emerging trends and promising strategies to our region and shared your experiences in research and collaborative efforts that are worthy of duplicating. It was indeed cutting edge information for us. In other words, you did a superb job!”

—Debra N. Sheard, Regional LTC Ombudsman. The Albemarle (North Carolina) Commission

"You've hit a home run! I cannot tell you how delighted I am with this document. Clearly we picked the right person for the job. Countless vulnerable adults and their families will benefit from your sharing your wisdom."

—Richard Dangel, PhD. President and CEO, Praesidium, Inc.

“Whether dealing with financial abuse, domestic violence in later life, or any other topic, Nerenberg’s publications are among the very best.”

—Georgia Anetzberger, President, National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse

“Lisa’s skills were invaluable in bringing together key players from community agencies to identify barriers to court access by elders. Her communication skills, sensitivity and acumen in identifying problem areas and forging working relationships have had lasting impact on how these agencies work together.”

—Mary Joy Quinn, Director of Probate, San Francisco Superior Court

“Lisa always exhibits the highest standards of professionalism and collaboration. Her knowledge of elder abuse issues is extraordinary, and I hope to continue working with her on more new, exciting projects.”

—Dave Baldridge, Executive Director, National Indian Project Center


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