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Alternative Housing Arrangements (2012)
Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Neil T. Rimsky, CELA. 1 hour. Explore options to remain out of a nursing home. We can look at assisted living; and ccrc's, including legislation and contract issues. We can consider non-traditional approaches, including home sharing arrangements, NORC's and aid sharing.
Considering and Facilitating Client Capacity (2015)
A mental health professional will address historical and contemporary views on capacity, and what attorneys should know about observing, identifying, and enhancing client capacity. An attorney, working with the mental health professional, will demonstrate the use of the Capacity Worksheet for Lawyers developed by the ABA, which facilitates structuring and recording observations of clients with diminished capacity, and provides a systematic and comprehensive process for working with clients with diminished capacity.
the Basics Of Elder Law Ethics (2012)
Presentation describes the "C"s of Elder Law and ethics: client confidences, control, conflicts, capacity, complex representation. Presented by Professor Roberta K. Flowers. Produced in partnership with Stetson School of Law
The Top Ten Tips for Running an Efficient Elder Law Practice (2013)
This innovative, interactive seminar focuses on practical steps that elder law attorneys can take to increase their referrals and run their practice more efficiently while building wealth in their firm. You will leave this session knowing the four components of a SWOT analysis and how to use it to create a marketing plan. You will also be able to recite three components of an effective elevator speech that will get you business. Presented by Miles P. Hurley, CELA; Anne McSweeney, LMSW.
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