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Finances and Fiduciaries: Diminished Capacity and Diminishing Resources in a Post-Election World (2012)

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Statutory, drafting and counseling strategies to address power of attorney abuse; conservator standards in financial decisions and fees; role of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for older individuals with diminished capacity-this workshop provides an overview of the recommendations of delegates to the Third National Guardianship Summit pertaining to financial, residential, and health care decision-making by court-appointed guardians and conservators. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP; Naomi Karp, Policy Advisor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Office of Older Americans; Prof. Linda Whitton, JD, Valparaiso University; and Erica Wood, ABA Commission on Law and Aging as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Five Most Complex Situations Dealing With Health and Personal Care Planning (2012)

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Focus on the five most complex situations encountered by Elder and Special Needs Law attorneys who counsel older persons and individuals with special needs about advanced directives, life care, and medical and life sustaining choices. Presented by Catherine Anne Seal, CELA as part of the 2012 Advanced Elder Law Review Course. Catherine Anne Seal, CELA
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Florida Medicaid Long-Term Care Shifts to For Profits — What Does It Mean and Is Your State Next (2013)

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In February, CMS gave the green light for Medicaid managed care in Florida. These long-term care changes are the first steps of a proposal to shift Medicaid beneficiaries statewide into managed care. Does this support a goal of improving cost, quality, and access to health care; or will it squeeze care provided to low-income people? Learn about Medicaid managed care and how it might affect your state. Presented by Mark G. Shalloway, CELA, CAP.
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Future Path for Strengthening Legal Services and Elder Rights (2012)

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Although OAA reauthorization remains a work in progress, this session explores implications for legal services/elder rights based on the current political landscape. The goal for this workshop-no matter what the status of reauthorization-is to explore ways to reinvigorate legal services/elder rights advocacy and re-energize advocates. Panelists and colleagues brainstorm on how elder rights advocates can best move forward to ensure strong legal assistance and elder rights systems in the future. Presented by Penelope A. Hommel, M.Sc., Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology; Sophie Kasimow, Staff Director, Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging (Bernie Sanders I-VT); Natalie K. Thomas, Attorney at Law, State Legal Services Developer, Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services; Omar R. Valverde, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging, Office of Elder Rights as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Health and Personal Care Planning (2011)

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Advice regarding the preparation of advance medical directives (medical powers of attorney, living wills, and health care declarations) and counseling older persons, individuals with supplemental/special needs, attorneys-in-fact, and families about life care, medical and life sustaining choices, and related personal life choices. Approx. 1 hour. Presented by Catherine Anne Seal, CELA.
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Health and Personal Care Planning (2013)

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This session includes giving advice regarding, and preparing, advance medical directives (medical powers of attorney, living wills, and health care declarations) and counseling older persons, individuals with supplemental/special needs, attorneys-in-fact, and families about life care, medical and life-sustaining choices and related personal life choices. Presented by Charles P. Sabatino, Director, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
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Health and Personal Care Planning (2014)

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This session includes giving advice regarding, and preparing, advance medical directives (medical powers of attorney, living wills, and health care declarations) and counseling older persons, individuals with supplemental/special needs, attorneys-in-fact, and families about life care, medical and life-sustaining choices and related personal life choices. Presented as part of the 2014 Advanced Elder Law Review Course by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP
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Health and Personal Care Planning (AELR 2017)

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This session addresses the giving of advice about health care decision-making rights and options and the process of advance care planning, specifically the preparation and use of advance medical directives (medical powers of attorney, living wills, and health care declarations) and palliative care. Presented by: Charlie Sabatino
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Health and Personal Care Planning (AELR 2018)

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This session addresses the giving of advice about health care decision-making rights and options and the process of advance care planning, specifically the preparation and use of advance medical directives (medical powers of attorney, living wills, and health care declarations) and palliative care.
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Health and Personal Care Planning (ESSENTIALS PRACTICUM 2016

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Discusses how to counsel clients about choosing a health care surrogate and how to coach those surrogates so that they understand the client’s wishes for treatment and end of life care; how to put documents in place to ensure client’s wishes are met; and how to counsel the surrogate through the decision making process and through disputes and disagreements with family members. Presented by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP, and Jennifer VanderVeen, CELA
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