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ACL: Elder Abuse in People Living with Dementia: Considerations for Prevention, Detection and Intervention

Elder Abuse in People Living with Dementia: Considerations for Prevention, Detection and Intervention Wednesday, June 23, 2021 2:00-3:00 PM ET Webinar Registration Elder mistreatment is common in our society, particularly among older adults with cognitive impairment and dementia. Using practical clinical and legal tools, we can look for high-risk situations and prevent abuse, and we… Read more »

AARP: Elder Abuse in the time of COVID-19: Where are We Now? Featuring Paul Greenwood, 6/25 10-11:45 AM

Elder Abuse in the time of  COVID-19: Where are we Now? Join us for a webinar focusing on how the pandemic has impacted elder abuse and hear from a panel of local experts how we are combatting elder abuse on a local level.  Featuring: Paul Greenwood, Former San Diego District Attorney and Expert on Elder… Read more »

NORC Webinar: Resuming In-Person Visits During COVID-19: Tips for Identifying Trauma, Potential Abuse, and Supporting Residents

Friday, June 18, 3:00-4:30 PM ET Webinar Registration In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD), join the National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center (NORC) to learn how to identify and respond to signs of trauma and potential abuse or neglect, and support residents as Ombudsman programs resume in-person visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.… Read more »

AARP and CEJC: 6/25 @10AM: Con Artist Playbook by AARP

AARP Fraud Watch Network presents their signature event offering new twists and turns on the psychology behind ID Theft, Fraud & Scams. This virtual session provides actual footage of scammers, insights and advice. You will walk away armed with tools to spot the criminals and guard against their unscrupulous tactics. This session is open to… Read more »

Senior Resources: Caregivers: You are Not Alone

It is estimated 17.7 million Americans provide care for a family member aged 65 or older with significantly impaired abilities. Among these caregivers, many have little or no training in how to provide care or manage healthcare systems, and so feel isolated and uncertain in their role. For those many caregivers in need of guidance,… Read more »

ACL: Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS): What Are They and Why They Are Important?

Wednesday, June 9, at 3:00 PM ET Register for the webinar. Nicole T. Jorwic, J.D, Senior Director of Public Policy at The Arc and an expert on the topic of home- and community-based services (HCBS) will provide an overview of the HCBS program and describes how it helps people living with paralysis access the supports… Read more »

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