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2012 Annual Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture: Good Movies, Bad Lawyers--Putting Ethics and Professionalism on Trial (2012)

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This annual ethics lecture is in honor of past member and founder Clifton B. Kruse Jr. The presenter addresses the ethical issues facing Elder Law and Special Needs Law practioners today. Presented by Richard A. Setterberg, Esq. of Richard A. Setterberg co., LPA. This is Part I which is a lecture, Part II features an opportunity for interactive discussion of this topic. This session was presented as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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2012 Clifton B. Kruse Ethics Lecture: False Documents

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Each year NAELA hosts this ethics lecture in honor of past member and founder Clifton B. Kruse Jr. The lecture focuses on Elder Law and Special Needs ethics and professionalism. This presentation addresses the ethical issues facing an Elder Law attorney in handling potentially false documents which might otherwise benefit a client. Apprx. 75 mins. Presented by Michael Ross, Esq.
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A Futurist Perspective on Elder Law (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Examines some trends and demographic changes as well as technology and trends in an Elder Law practice. The presenters will identify and discuss those factors of Elder Law that make it a vibrant practice area as well as considerations for the future. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Rebecca C. Morgan, Esq., CAP; Michael Gilfix, Esq. and Charlie F. Robinson, Esq.
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ACA's Medicaid Long-Term Services (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) offers more money to states that are willing to expand their Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) options. Two of the most notable ACA-related features-the Community First Choice benefit and Balancing Incentives Payments Program-were set to go live in October 2011. However, while the ACA encourages states to expand HCBS, many have actually reduced it to relieve current budget pressures and a growing number of states are introducing managed care into their Medicaid LTSS programs in order to better control future expenditures. Meanwhile the Department of Justice is stepping up its enforcement of the ADA against states that are failing to comply with the integration mandate in the operation of their Medicaid programs. This seminar provides an overview of state adoption of the ACA's new Medicaid LTSS options, as well as an analysis of how effective this adoption may be in shaping the states' programmatic choices and their efforts to comply with the ADA. Approx. 1 hour. Presented by Gene Coffey, Esq. and Paul Nathanson, Esq. National Senior Citizens Law Center.
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Adding Flexibility to a Special Needs Trust (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Describes situations where transfers to SNT's may be inappropriate or unwise as well as war stories from professional trustees who have seen it all-from crazy beneficiaries to insane family members-and how they have dealt with them. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Emily S. Starr, CELA; Hyman G. Darling, CELA; Ken Shulman, Esq. and Neal A. Winston, CELA.
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Advocacy, Public Policy, and Your Practice (2018)

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Moderated by NAELA Public Policy Co-Chair Morris Klein. Join David Goldfarb, NAELA Senior Public Policy Manager; lobbyist Jennifer Bell, Chamber Hill Strategies; Robert M. Blancato, Executive Director of the Elder Justice Coalition and Chair of the 1995 White House Conference on Aging; and our own Jason A. Frank, CELA, CAP, Fellow, when they provide an up-to-date assessment of the national landscape. They will update us on the latest out of DC, both from Congress and federal agencies. These pundits will also offer their forecast for the likelihood of changes and what is being discussed during this Congressional session. Ever wonder if your phone calls and letters make a difference to your representative? The panel will provide some strategies for advocacy, both within your state and on a national level.
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Aging and Disability: The Budget and Policy Landscape Now and in the Year Ahead (2013)

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The panel will elucidate the budget and policy landscape now and for the year ahead and what it may mean for older persons and persons with disabilities. Ellen Nissenbaum will walk us through the current budget process with the timeline, some key numbers, the politics, and the perspective of the Center on areas that are of concern to advocates. Henry Claypool and Howard Bedlin will lay out their perspectives on the current budget conference and the areas of greatest challenges and opportunities for entitlements, sequestration, and tax reform. Presented by Ellen Nissenbaum, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Henry Claypool, Executive Vice President, American Association of People with Disabilities, Howard Bedlin, Vice President, Public Policy and Advocacy. Moderated by Brian Lindberg
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Aging in Place, Aging in Jeopardy (2013)

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Using a Jeopardy game show theme, participants will become contestants and discuss the various laws and solutions to assist an aging population to age in place. Presented by Julie Nepveu, Susan Silverstein and Mariam Morshedi - AARP Foundation
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Aging In Place: Making Today's Home, Tomorrow's Home (2013)

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Learn about transformative strategies for adapting and evolving homes for aging in place using technologies, low cost solutions, and knowing the laws that allow tenants and homeowners to make modifications. Presented by Kelly Persons, AARP Foundation; Amy Levner, Home and Family Partner Facilitator: Susan Ann Silverstein, AARP
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Allowable Distributions for Special Needs Trusts (2012)

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Whether you're advising a trustee of a special needs trust or acting as trustee, navigating the rules surrounding allowable distributions can be challenging. This session explores how to use those rules to get your beneficiaries the help and support they need without losing their Medicaid or SSI benefits. Presented by Thomas D. Begley Jr., CELA and Kristen L. Behrens, Esq. as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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