|Join your Elder Law Section colleagues at the Connecticut Legal Conference on June 15-17. The conference, being held virtually, will feature six national plenary speakers, including three New York Times best-selling authors, two MacArthur Fellows, one Pulitzer Prizing-winning author, one Fulbright Scholar, and one TED speaker as well as over 100 local leaders in the law. |
Do not miss the HT01 Advocating for Residents in Nursing Homes and Other Facilities session on Thursday, June 17 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT presented by the Elder Law Section.
About the Program
Over the course of the past year, COVID-19 has cast nursing homes and other living facilities into the spotlight. State of Connecticut’s Long Term Care Ombudsman Mairead Painter and Attorney Julia M. Brown will discuss the rights of residents and effective methods of advocating for residents from nursing home admission through to discharge.
You Will Learn The nursing home admission process-tips and traps for the unwary About bed holds and readmissions-why protecting that nursing home bed is critical The importance of care plan meetings-the key to getting good care About discharges-wrongful discharge, advocacy steps to delay discharge, and ensuring safe discharge About advocacy in assisted living facilities and nursing homes and how they differ About COVID-19 related guidance and any current state executive orders
Julia M. Brown
Law Office of Julia M. Brown LLC, Waterbury
Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, Hartford
Connecticut Department of Aging and Disability Services, Hartford
Julia M. Brown, Law Office of Julia M. Brown LLC, Waterbury
Mairead Painter, Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, Hartford
Lara Stauning, Connecticut Department of Aging and Disability Services, Hartford
2.0 CT (General); 2.0 NY (AOP) To learn more and register, visit ctlegalconference.com.
Connecticut Bar Association