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Sunflower reps attend annual SACK meeting in Topeka

              Sunflower Diversified Services representatives learned up-to-date information about ways to prevent being scammed by strangers asking for personal information.

            Fourteen Sunflower individuals and three staff members traveled to Topeka for the recent SACK meeting where they heard about scams and many other topics. SACK stands for Self Advocate Coalition of Kansas.

            Sunflower, a non-profit agency, serves infants, toddlers and adults with developmental disabilities and delays.

            “Scam prevention was one of the big topics,” said Brandon Wiig, residential services facilitator. “It was a good venue for talking about who to trust and what kinds of information may be shared and what ...

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