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Advance Planning for People with Dementia and their Families
Presenters: Stephanie Hughes (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Christy Nishita (University of Hawaii), Charlie Sabatino (ABA)
Faith-Related Programs in Dementia Care, Support and Education
Presenters: Tracey Brown (Amazing Place), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Patty Mouton (Alzheimer's Orange County), Sari Shuman (NADRC)
Living Alone with Dementia: Prevalence, Challenges and Strategies for Service Providers
Presenters: Michael Lepore (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Laura Mosqueda (USC), Liz Weaver (Southern Maine AAA)
Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Interventions to the Community
Presenters: Gayle Alston (Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving), Elizabeth Gould (NADRC), Nancy Lee (Minnesota Board on Aging), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Katie Maslow (GSA), Heather Menne (ACL)

File PRESENTATION: Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Interventions to the Community

Advance Planning for People with Dementia and their Families
Presenters: Stephanie Hughes (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Christy Nishita (University of Hawaii), Charlie Sabatino (ABA)
Faith-Related Programs in Dementia Care, Support and Education
Presenters: Tracey Brown (Amazing Place), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Patty Mouton (Alzheimer's Orange County), Sari Shuman (NADRC)
Living Alone with Dementia: Prevalence, Challenges and Strategies for Service Providers
Presenters: Michael Lepore (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Laura Mosqueda (USC), Liz Weaver (Southern Maine AAA)
Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Interventions to the Community
Presenters: Gayle Alston (Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving), Elizabeth Gould (NADRC), Nancy Lee (Minnesota Board on Aging), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Katie Maslow (GSA), Heather Menne (ACL)

File PRESENTATION: Living Alone with Dementia: Prevalence, Challenges and Strategies for Service Providers

Advance Planning for People with Dementia and their Families
Presenters: Stephanie Hughes (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Christy Nishita (University of Hawaii), Charlie Sabatino (ABA)
Faith-Related Programs in Dementia Care, Support and Education
Presenters: Tracey Brown (Amazing Place), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Patty Mouton (Alzheimer's Orange County), Sari Shuman (NADRC)
Living Alone with Dementia: Prevalence, Challenges and Strategies for Service Providers
Presenters: Michael Lepore (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Laura Mosqueda (USC), Liz Weaver (Southern Maine AAA)
Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Interventions to the Community
Presenters: Gayle Alston (Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving), Elizabeth Gould (NADRC), Nancy Lee (Minnesota Board on Aging), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Katie Maslow (GSA), Heather Menne (ACL)

File PRESENTATION: Advance Planning for People with Dementia and their Families

Advance Planning for People with Dementia and their Families
Presenters: Stephanie Hughes (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Christy Nishita (University of Hawaii), Charlie Sabatino (ABA)
Faith-Related Programs in Dementia Care, Support and Education
Presenters: Tracey Brown (Amazing Place), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Patty Mouton (Alzheimer's Orange County), Sari Shuman (NADRC)
Living Alone with Dementia: Prevalence, Challenges and Strategies for Service Providers
Presenters: Michael Lepore (NADRC), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Laura Mosqueda (USC), Liz Weaver (Southern Maine AAA)
Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Interventions to the Community
Presenters: Gayle Alston (Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving), Elizabeth Gould (NADRC), Nancy Lee (Minnesota Board on Aging), Erin Long (AoA/ACL), Katie Maslow (GSA), Heather Menne (ACL)

File PRESENTATION: Faith-Related Programs in Dementia Care, Support and Education

ACL/ABA Webinar Series on Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Disease (2012-2013) Agenda (PDF)
ACL/American Bar Association Webinar Series on Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Disease (2012-2013):
Webinar Series on Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Disease - Agenda & Speaker List
 

This webinar series is co-hosted by the Administration on Aging and the American Bar Association. The four sessions cover legal issues of people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and their caregivers. Persons with AD are vulnerable to financial exploitation, physical or emotional abuse, and. As outlined in the National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s Disease, the webinars will help ensure that people with AD have their dignity, safety, and rights maintained

Also: Elder Abuse: neglect, domestic abuse, mistreatment, legal planning, advance directives,palliative, terminal care, hospice, resuscitation orders

PDF icon Webinar Agendas, Speakers (PDF, 168 KB)

ACL/ABA: Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Webinar Series (December 12, 2012): Part 3: For Aging Professionals:
Critical Legal Issues in Alzheimer’s

Webinar covered:
Understand the characteristics of a dementia capable legal professional;
When to seek legal assistance;
Legal issue spotting;
Resources;
Finding legal help

Speakers: David Godfrey, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging. Troy Johnson, MSW, Director of Programs and Services, Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass. Jane Tilly, DrPH, Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services, Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging.

Also: Decision Making: autonomy, capacity, care planning, competency, ethics, financial capacity, informed consent, shared decision-making, care management

Audio is available upon request. Please contact Erin Long at erin.long@acl.hhs.gov.

File Webinar (PPT, 123KB)

ACL/ABA: Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Webinar Series (December 4, 2012): Part 2: For Legal Professionals:
Advance Care Planning with People with Dementia

Speakers: Charlie Sabatino, Esq., Director, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging.
David Godfrey, Esq., Senior Staff Attorney, American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging.

Webinar covered:
Understand the characteristics of a dementia capable legal professional;
Advise clients on the importance of advance planning and available planning tools for health care and finances;
Provide keys to reviewing existing advance planning;
Understand and mitigate risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation;
Draft accountability into advance planning documents

Also: Decision Making: autonomy, capacity, care planning, competency, ethics, financial capacity, informed consent, shared decision-making, care management

Audio is available upon request. Please contact Erin Long at erin.long@acl.hhs.gov.

File Webinar (PPTX, 162 KB)

ACL/ABA: Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Webinar Series (January 24, 2013): Part 4:
For Legal Professionals: Elder abuse, neglect and exploitation and clients with dementia

Webinar covered:
Protecting persons with dementia;
Spotting and intervening in cases of abuse, neglect and exploitation of persons with dementia

Speaker: Lori Stiegel, Esq., Senior Attorney, ABA Commission on Law and Aging

Also: Decision Making: autonomy, capacity, care planning, competency, ethics, financial capacity, informed consent, shared decision-making, care management; Elder Abuse: neglect, domestic abuse, exploitation, mistreatment

Audio is available upon request. Please contact Erin Long at erin.long@acl.hhs.gov.

Office presentation icon Webinar (PPT, 2 MB)

ACL/ABA: Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Webinar Series (November 14, 2012): Part 1: For Legal Professionals:
Working with People with Dementia and Assessing Client Capacity

Speakers: Erica Wood, Esq., Commission on Law and Aging, American Bar Association. Jane Tilly, DrPH
Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services, Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging

Webinar covered:
Identify dementia capable legal services
Understand the essentials of care planning
Learn about counseling clients with dementia
Become knowledgeable about capacity assessment basics
Receive strategies for referrals for further assessment
Become aware of best practices for attorneys

Also: Decision Making: autonomy, capacity, care planning, competency, ethics, financial capacity, informed consent, shared decision-making, care management

Audio is available upon request. Please contact Erin Long at erin.long@acl.hhs.gov.

Office presentation icon Webinar (PPT, 286 KB)

ACL/ABA: Legal Issues and Alzheimer’s Webinar Series (November 14, 2012): Part 1: For Legal Professionals:
Working with People with Dementia and Assessing Client Capacity

Speakers: Erica Wood, Esq., Commission on Law and Aging, American Bar Association. Jane Tilly, DrPH
Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services, Administration for Community Living/Administration on Aging

Webinar covered:
Identify dementia capable legal services
Understand the essentials of care planning
Learn about counseling clients with dementia
Become knowledgeable about capacity assessment basics
Receive strategies for referrals for further assessment
Become aware of best practices for attorneys

Also: Decision Making: autonomy, capacity, care planning, competency, ethics, financial capacity, informed consent, shared decision-making, care management

Audio is available upon request. Please contact Erin Long at erin.long@acl.hhs.gov.

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