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Health Care Decision-Making Near the End of Life: From Micro to Macro (2012)

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Public policy addressing end-of-life decision-making has traditionally been focused on creating legal tools for individuals to express their wishes, i.e., advance directives. Learn how the state-of-the-art has moved from a legal model to a more flexible communications model and how broader systems of institutional policy, social policy, and shortcomings in caregiver supports hinder or advance person-centered decision-making. Presented by Charles P. Sabatino, JD, Director, ABA Commission on Law and Aging; and Joanne Lynn, MD, Director, Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness, Altarum Institute as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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High Impact Legal Assistance for Seniors: Innovations in Legal Service Delivery (2012)

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This workshop focuses on proven innovations in the creation of statewide legal service delivery systems that are well integrated, cost effective, and targeted to older persons in the greatest social or economic need. Presented by Sarah Halsell, Legal Services Developer for the State of Florida and Chair, National Association of Legal Services Developers; Penelope A. Hommel, Co-Director, The Center for Social Gerontology; and 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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Hoarding Behavior in the Elder Population (2009)

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Session from 2009 Annual Conference presented by Emily B. Saltz, LICSW, Director of Elder Resources. Session presents an overview of hoarding behavior in the elderly population. Ms. Saltz discusses the prevalence and demographics of hoarding and also discusses clinical and legal intervention strategies. Case studies are used to illustrate complex ethical dilemmas that arise in serving this "hidden" population.
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How Elder Law Attorneys Can Help Lower-Income Seniors

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Because legal help is naturally oriented towards seniors with money, lower income seniors, with little or no money to pay for advice or help, often have difficulty finding answers to their financial questions. Their stories can be heart rending. After nearly 40 years of practice, I have learned that elder law attorneys want to help seniors, this population that can be most helpless in our society. While it is tempting to refer these seniors elsewhere, there may be no one else who will answer their questions. Learn how you can help find solutions for these seniors.Presenter: Eric Olsen - Eric Olsen Executive Director of HELPS.
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Immigration Issues Impacting Individuals under Guardianship

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Guardianship practitioners are facing more immigration issues than ever before in their practices. This session will address various issues that may arise in a guardianship including the legal issues surrounding a person under guardianship who is an immigrant, the employ of non-citizen caregivers and other employees. This session will also address the use of minor guardianships in situations where the parent or parents are facing deportation.
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Incapable Persons Residing in Both USA/Canada (2012)

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Breakout session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Kimberly A. Whaley, C.S. LL.M. TEP. 1 hour. A panel discussion including several common fact situations where legal and jurisdictional issues will arise when incapable persons own property and/or live/or visit in both countries.
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Income Only Trusts to Qualify for Public Benefits (2009)

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Session from 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute presented by Evan H. Farr, CELA and Jerry A. Hyman, JD, LLM. Public benefits are resources just like assets, income and insurance and are used to pay for longer-term care and preserving one's home. Learn how irrevocable Income-Only Trusts can coordinate and maximize public benefits, as part of a legal and financial plan, to achieve such goals.
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Issues Encountered in Legal Capacity Counseling (2014)

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This session will address advising how capacity is determined and the level of capacity required for various legal activities, and representing those who are or may be the subject of guardianship/conservatorship proceedings or other protective arrangements. Presented as part of the 2014 Advanced Elder Law Review Course by Edwin M. Boyer, Esq., CAP
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Issues Encountered in Legal Capacity Counseling (AELR 2017)

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This session will address advising clients on how capacity is determined, the level of capacity required for various legal activities, and representing those who are or may be the subject of guardianship/conservatorship proceedings or other protective arrangements. Presented by: Professor Rebecca C. Morgan, CAP, Stetson University, College of Law
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Issues Encountered in Legal Capacity Counseling (AELR 2018)

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This session will address advising clients on how capacity is determined, the level of capacity required for various legal activities, and representing those who are or may be the subject of guardianship/conservatorship proceedings or other protective arrangements.
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