The program provides job training and job placement, and is available free to people who qualify.
Department of Labor, AARP is co-funding an employment program that helps job seekers over age 55 to find employment.
What's more, Zipser's father has never met his own girlfriend.
"It started when he got an email from a lady in Ghana.
She sent a photo and said she was 37-year-old nurse who could take care of him in his old age, and they basically started an online dialogue," said Zipser, who works two jobs in Raleigh-Durham, N. His father — who lives near Detroit and whose name Zipser wants to keep private — became a widower last April after his 78-year-old wife of 54 years died after a battle with Alzheimer's.
Both the original play and the movie are based on real crimes against seniors committed in the early 20th century.
From left, actors Edward Horton, Josephine Hulll and Jean Adair.
Neal Zipser's father is in love, but he isn't happy about his father's romance.
That's because his dad, an 80-year-old who came into some considerable money in the 1980s, has spent over half a million dollars on his new girlfriend.
SCSEP helps people 55+ become more successful at finding a job by: If you receive benefits like SSI/SSD and Medicaid, or assistance with food stamps or public housing, acceptance into this program may affect your benefits.
A SCSEP staff member will help you determine how your current benefits may be affected.
For more information on the AARP Foundation SCSEP program for job training and job placement, see the AARP Web site for Low Income Job Seekers.
Scamming seniors isn't new, as Frank Capra's 1944 movie version of "Arsenic and Old Lace'' can attest.