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Mastering Elder Abuse Civil Remedies

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While acts of elder abuse may fall under various criminal statutes, elder law attorneys are uniquely positioned to deploy civil legal strategies to mitigate the effects of abuse and help older adults attain the remedies they seek. Come hear how three different practitioners advise and represent clients who have experienced financial exploitation using their state-specific civil remedies. Leave with an understanding of available causes of action and effective strategies for pleadings, evidence, and civil procedure. Presented by D. Chalgian, C. Golbert and E. Morris
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Medical Futility (2011)

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Session from May 2011 Annual National Conference. As medical technology becomes more advanced patients are demanding more treatment. When is it enough, and who should make that decision? Discover the legal and ethical issues surrounding medical futility. Presented by Dr. Thaddeus Mason Pope. 1 hour.
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Medicare Hot Topics and Concerns

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This session will cover hot topics and concerns in the key areas of Legal Medicare coverage, significant obstacles to that coverage in today’s environment, and how to think about the best option for accessing Medicare-through traditional Medicare or a private Medicare Advantage plan. In addition this session will provide updates regarding Jimmo and the Hospital Observation Status.
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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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NAELA Fellows Roundtable (2012)

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General Session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Kristi Vetri and Ira Wiesner.. 1 hour. Veteran Elder Law attorneys, Kristi Vetri and Ira Wiesner, will present an in depth analysis into the multitude of ethical and legal issues posed by "Medicaid Planning," a term used to describe legal advocacy within the framework of federal and state law to effect asset protection, timely eligibility for Medicaid and appropriate delivery of long term care to seniors. Using the Socratic teaching method to elicit a higher level of intellectual response and comprehension amongst the legal practitioners, the presenters will draw on experiential learning to reach profound heights.
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NAELA Foundation Holiday Cards

NAELA Foundation is giving you the opportunity to show how much you care about your profession by donating to support litigation that will establish good legal precedent benfiting older persons and people with special needs. A portion of your donation is tax deductible according to IRS 501(c)3 organization tax code. Choice of three different styles.
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NAELA Foundation Sympathy/Memoriam Cards

NAELA Foundation is giving you an opportunity to show how much you care about your profession by donating to support litigation that will establish good legal precedent of benefit to older Americans and people with special needs while honoring, memorializing and thanking your clients. This is a package of 10 cards. The appropriate portion of your donation is tax deductible in accordance with IRS codes for 501(c)3 organizations. Choice between sympathy and memorium messages.
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New Homes, New Lives, New Legal Issues: Working with America’s Ethnic Elders (2013)

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Many of America’s largest cities are now home to “new” ethnic elders who have migrated here in old age. These elders find themselves without social supports, and often navigate through a mix of Western and non- Western norms, codes, and advisors. This raises new issues and challenges for Elder Law attorneys and, indeed, for the practice of Elder Law. Presented by Dr. Jeffrey P. Rosenfeld, PhD, Hofstra University.
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New POMS On Attorney Fees

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On June 25, 2019, with no fanfare or advance notice, the Social Security Administration (SSA) issued an updated Program Operation Manual System (POMS) on the subject of when Legal Services may be subject to SSA's fee authorization process. Concerns arose that the SSA, for the first time, included several situations that may require attorneys to submit an SSA fee authorization request. During the webinar, we will review the new POMS and tips on steps the attorney may want to consider making that may minimize the impact on attorney's practices.
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Not Just Another Report (2012)

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The Older Americans Act mandates who should be the targeted senior for the limited legal services provided with Title IIIB funds. Accountability based upon accurate and consistent data ensures that these goals are being met. It is through standardizing statewide reporting that such data can be collected to provide assurance that the target population is being served in the requisite priority subtantive areas with the limited dollars. Panel discussion of the needs for statewide stadardized reporting; the impact of legal needs assessments and surveys on reporting, both nationally and locally; steps to development of the forms; and sharing specific challenges and successes of two states. Presented by Jane Arieux Thomas, LA LSD; Penelope A. Hommel, MSc, Co-Director, the Center for Social Gerontology; and Natalie Thomas, GA LSD as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
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