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Non-Conventional Advanced Directives (2019)

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Based upon the recommendations of a working summit of legal and clinical experts in advance care planning, this workshop will present usable and actionable best practice guidelines and a checklist to enable you to incorporate and use advance care planning practices that are more person-centered, aligned with the clinical realities of end-of-life decision-making, and result in patients' goals of care and wishes being known and honored in clinical settings. Presented by Judith R. Peres and Charles P. Sabatino
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Older Americans Act: Past Present Future (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Traces legal services/elder rights advocacy in the OAA; highlights current (November 2011) provisions and explores ways they might be strengthened in scheduled 2011 reauthorization.
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$119.00

Paying For Long Term Care (2019)

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This session will focus on pairing legal strategies with financial strategies to pay for LTC. Financial strategies include annuities and life insurance policies with long-term care riders. The focus of the presentation will be how integrating certain financial solutions with trust-based planning will empower our clients with more choices rather than impoverish them when they face long-term care challenges. Presented by: Amber Hinds, John Shickich, JD and Todd Whatley, CELA
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Pension Basics, Strategies, and Resources for Elder Law Advocates (2012)

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Review of basic pension concepts and focus on practical strategies and helpful resources elder advocates can use to assist their lower-income clients in obtaining the retirement benefits they have earned. Presented by Rebecca Davis, Legal Director, Pension Rights Center; Mary Ellen Signorille, Senior Attorney, AARP Foundation; Valerie B. Soroka, Aging Services Program Specialist, U.S. Administration on Aging Office of Elder Rights; and Jay E. Sushelsky, Senior Attorney, AARP Foundation Litigation as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
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$129.00
$129.00

Planning for Snowbirds and Jet-Setters (2017)

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Understand the issues that must be addressed when preparing an estate plan for a client who frequently travels among different states, with a particular focus on powers of attorney and advance directives. Presented by Interactive Legal (sponsorship)
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$199.00
$199.00

Planning For Special Needs (2011)

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Webinar originally presented 6/9/11. Learn about creating a financial and legal blueprint to address the special person's unique personal and social needs. Families of people with special needs face planning challenges that accompany longer life expectancies - a future without full independence--and the need to maintain the outstanding quality of life. You will gain an overview of the three main federal disability programs and learn how to creat a customized, comprehensive plan for your clients. Presented by Randy Bryan. 1 hour.
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$99.00
$99.00

Positioning Your Practice For Changing Demographics (2013)

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Change is in the air for the legal profession. With the aging of the Boomers, increasing use of technology, and more, all of us have to position our practices for the now and the future. In this session hear about trends in the practice of Elder and Special Needs Law, and weigh in on the future directions of NAELA. Presented by Craig C. Reaves, CELA, CAP.
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$129.00
$129.00

Powers of Attorney, Guardianship and Ethical Issues that Often Arise When Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity (2014)

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This session will address various topics relating to representing a client with diminished capacity, including a discussion of ethical issues that often arise, legal documents designed to establish an authority structure following incapacity, and what happens when those documents are unavailable because capacity is already too diminished (guardianship/conservatorship). Presented as part of the 2014 Basics Workshop by Wendy Shparago Cappelletto, CAP
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$79.50
$79.50

Protecting the Public from Predatory Practices (2016)

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Recognize factors which lure seniors into predatory arrangements. Understand how to reverse the adverse effects suffered by seniors who fall prey to these practices. Utilize the legal system to curb these practices. Presented by Thomas D. Begley, III, CELA
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$199.00
$199.00

Public Benefits for Legal Non-Citizen Seniors (2012)

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Explores what benefits are available for economically insecure seniors who are legal non-citizens, and how Elder Law professionals can help, including building partnerships with community organizations serving this population. Presented by Nora Dowd Eisenhower, JD, Acting Senior Vice President, Economic Security and Director, National Center for Benefits Outreach & Enrollment; Brandy Bauer, Communications Manager, Economic Security, National Council on Aging; and Julia Ostropolsky, LCSW, President and CEO, Bi-Lingual International Assistant Services as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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$129.00
$129.00