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Planning for Clients with Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological Disorders (2014)
This course will discuss the unique issues that a practitioner will encounter when planning for a person with MS or other neurological disorders as well as how to partner with the MS Society. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Stephen W. Dale, Esq., LL.M., Bonnie Danowski, Advocacy Volunteer, Member of Volunteer Hall of Fame
Pros and Cons of Supported Decision Making
Explore supported decision making (SDM) and how it empowers person center planning for advance care planning. The session will explore the strengths and limitations of the SDM model as it applies to your clients and will review variations in models in jurisdictions where a statutory authority has been enacted, and pilot project in western Massachusetts. Presented by: Elizabethanne Miller Angevine, Esq.; John J. Ford, Esq., and David Godfrey, Esq.
Sexuality & Aging (2011)
Session from May 2011 Annual National Conference. Sexual issues related to aging discussed from a medical, psychiatric and social perspective including desire, impotence and dementia. Presented by Steve Barlam, LivHome. 1 hour session.
The Rehabilitation of Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries (2013)
The basics of treatment and outcomes in the management of persons with catastrophic injuries to the brain and spinal cord. Presented by Dr. Donald P. Leslie, Medical Director, Shepherd Center
The Use and Structure of Personal Care Contracts
Learn how to utilize care contracts to fulfill your client’s life care objectives while employing/compensating family members (usually) to achieve them.
Transformation of Chronic and End-of-Life Care: What It Means for You and Your Clients (2013)
This session will address cutting edge models and techniques being used to ensure patients and families get the advance care they need. Participants will hear and dialogue on what tools (advanced directives, POLST) are available for clients and how to ensure they are carried out as requested. The panel will also address the federal political and policy environment for protecting patients from unwanted care. ÊPresented by Ashley Carson Cottingham, Compassion & Choices; Andrew MacPherson, Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC); Dr. Brad Stuart, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Sutter Care at Home Moderator: Kate Mewhinney
Understanding POLST (2011)
From the National Aging & Law Institute. POLST (Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment) is a newly developed technique to record and implement end-of-life wishes. It is designed to provide a greater degree of compliance than may be the case with traditional advanced medical directives such as living wills or health care proxies. This session provides a higher level of understanding of this cutting edge technique as an effective tool to complement client advance directives. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Naomi Karp, JD, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor at AARP's Public Policy Institute; Margaret Ann "Peg" Metzger, JD; and Charles P. Sabatino, JD, Director of the American Bar Association's Commission on Law and Aging.
What Elder Law Attorneys Should Know About Alzheimers (2011)
Presented by The Fischer Center For Alzheimer's Research Foundation. Session from May 2011 Annual National Conference. Provides a basic understanding of the science, stages and causes of Alzheimer's and the advances in the battle against it, with the goal of arming the lawyer with the resources to better respond to their clients' needs. Presented by Dr. William Netzer. 1 hour.
What is POLST? How Can It Help My Client and Their Family?
Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) use is in a growing number of states. For clients with advanced illness and frailty, they turn advance directives into action as medical orders; assuring treatment preferences near the end of life are honored. Dr. Susan Tolle founded and has directed the Oregon Health & Science University Center for Ethics in Health Care since 1989 and has shepherded its growth into a now internationally recognized ethics center with programs such as the Physicians Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) program and more recently the Oregon POLST Registry. She also serves as the Chair of the Oregon POLST Coalition. Presented by: Susan W. Tolle, M.D
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