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Mental Health and Guardianship (2009)

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Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute presented by Fay Blix, CELA, John J. Ford, Neighborhood Legal Services and Sheila Shea, New York Appellate Division. The intersection of guardianship and mental health procedures can be a challenging situation. How does a practitioner coordinate the two procedures, care for the incapacitated person and assist the family? The panel presentation is followed by a workshop-style directed discussion led by panel members and leaders from the Guardianship/Capacity Section.
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Middle Class Estate Planning (2014)

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With the increase of the estate tax exemption to $5.34 million, many advisors and clients have shifted their focus away from federal estate tax planning to other areas, such as planning for digital assets, state estate tax planning, planning for long-term care, use of trusts for asset protection and other purposes, advance health care and financial directives, retirement, and social security planning. This session will discuss how elder law attorneys can remain relevant to their clients in this increasingly competitive environment. Presented as part of the 2014 Annual National Conference by Bernard A. Krooks, CELA
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NAELA Presents: 2017 Annual National Conference

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If you missed NAELA's event of the year in Boston, this is your opportunity to catch up on all of the latest updates and breaking information on the most important topics in elder and special needs law. This includes 19 recorded sessions and materials for the following: Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets; Post Mortem on Litigation for Litigators; Effectively Managing Family Dynamics; 2017 Case Law Update; Can't We All Just Get Along: Training the Next Generation; Congressional Outlook: Health Reform and the Future of Elder Law and Special Needs Planning; Clifton B. Kruse Jr. Ethics Lecture; Understanding Waivers and the HCBS Settings Rule; Advanced Medicaid Planning; Pros and Cons of Supported Decision Making; Advocating for Your Client's Right to Remain in the Community; State Law Matters: Practical Information about State Laws and Drafting Trusts; Divorce and Practical Planning for the Special Needs Child; ABLE Act Update; What Every Special Needs Planner Needs to Know about Special Education Law; Continuing Evolution In a Changing Environment: Redefining the Practice of Elder Law; Keeping Your Plan Out of Court: What Drafting Lawyers Can Learn From Litigation
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New Health Law: Implication For Trusts Of SNT's (2010)

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Session from November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute San Diego, CA. Focus on new advocacy opportunities contained within provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Presented by Sanford Mall and Patricia Dudek. 1 hour.
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New Healthcare Reform Law (2010)

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Webinar originally presented 4/10/2010. NAELA public policy experts discuss the newly passed Healthcare Reform law and how it effects NAELA members.
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Protecting and Safeguarding Elderly/Disabled Clients (2010)

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Session from May 2010 Annual Meeting Orlando, FL. Discussion of the duty of fiducaries to protect and safeguard elderly/disabled persons from abuse, neglect and mistreatment in healthcare settings. Presented by Jeffrey Padwa. 1 hour.
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Public Benefits: Medicaid Medicare Soc. Sec. & VA (2011)

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Overview of eligibility for long-term services and support provided by Medicaid, including home and community based waiver programs. Medicare changes occasioned by ACA. Overview of four SSA entitlement programs (retirement, disability, dependents, and survivors) and one welfare program (Supplemental Security Income). Broad overview of VA health, burial and pension benefits available to Veterans and surviving spouses. Approx. 2 hours. Presented by Morris Klein, CELA; Gregory Wilcox, CELA, CAP; David Lipschutz, Policy Attorney, Center for Medicaid Advocacy; and Jennifer Vanderveen, CELA
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Spirituality and Client Counseling: Why It's Important and How to Integrate into Practice (2013)

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Should lawyers explore the importance of a client’s spiritual values and, if important, incorporate them into representation? If yes, how does one incorporate them into the particular goals or products of the legal representation, especially with respect to long-term care planning? Presented by Ira S. Weisner, CELA; Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., JD, M. Div., Managing Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy; Dr. Christina M. Puchalski, MD, FACP, Director, George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health Professor, Department of Medicine and Health Sciences George Washington University School of Medicine Professor, Health Leadership and Management. Moderator: Charles P. Sabatino, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
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The Evolution of Special Needs Trust Review (2013)

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Not only must today’s special needs trusts include the flexibility to address changing situations, but the attorneys preparing them must stay current on the volatile environment in order to be effective. OBRA ´93 ushered in a new age in the use of Special Needs Trusts as planning vehicles for persons with disabilities, and new requirements for federal and state SNT reviews. The states, however, have little in the way of resources to meet the demand for effective SNT review programs, and have been given virtually no help from the federal level. Creative states are increasingly seeking the assistance of private resources. This session will describe the successful private program for SNT reviews, and give the practitioner practical insight on the state perspective on SNTs and accounting reviews. Presented by William H. Overman, JD, Director, Trust Unit, HMS Government Services, Georgia Department of Community Health; Lynnette Rhodes, JD, Director of Legal Services, Georgia Department of Community Health.
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The Secret Mission of Senior Clients (2009)

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Session from 2009 Annual Conference presented by David Solie, MS, PA, Managing Director, Marsh Private Client Life Insurance Services. Mr. Solie, a nationally recognized expert in geriatric communication, offers unique insights and proven, practical communication strategies that help senior service organizations interact more compassionately and effectively with their clients. His moving and inspiring presentation has been hailed as a personal and professional breakthrough for countless audiences throughout the senior service industry. His presentation reveals the critical and unappreciated development tasks of seniors, a critical discovery that unlocks the communication code between generations. His research, insights and stories offer clarity and compassion about the "real agenda" of senior clients, the unique psychological tasks that dominate the last phase of life. He offers practical examples of how to use his acclaimed signaling strategies to help seniors navigate the predictable dilemmas of aging that include changes in their health, living accommodations and finances as well as the loss of loved ones and the end of life.
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