Approved under Part 146 by the NY State Unified Court System’s Office of ADR Programs for Additional Mediation Training*
See below for other available continuing education credits
Save $100 with early registration.
About the Training:
As families face issues related to aging, they often grapple with important decisions about topics such as living arrangements, care giving, driving, family communication, medical care, Powers of Attorney/Health Care Proxies/Guardianship/Conservatorship, financial planning, estate planning, family real estate, and personal property distribution. Conversations around these issues can be emotionally charged and complex.
This program teaches skills and techniques to help mediators work with families in conflict around these and other issues, convene multi-party family mediations, and facilitate consensus. Join trainers Arline Kardasis and Crystal Thorpe, with guest experts from the fields of elder law and gerontology, for three days packed with content, skill-building, role plays, and opportunities to interact with fellow participants (who often travel from around the world to attend). For more information and to save $100 with an early registration discount through March 16, visit www.ElderDecisions.com/pg19.cfm
Presenting Issues Common Hurdles New Strategies for Intake and Convening Working with Large, Dispersed Family Groups Managing Multiple Stakeholders and Multiple Issues
Including the Voice of the Elder
Ethical Concerns Marketing / Getting the Word Out
Challenges of Aging
Mental & Physical Effects of Aging Maintaining Independence Coping with Loss Caregiving and Aging Families Long Term Care Options for Elders
Planning for Financial Management Medical Decision Making Long Term Care Costs, and Options for Paying for Care
Asset Protection Guardianship and Alternatives
Exercises to Develop Skills for Specific Phases of the Process Trainers’ Demonstration of Start of Family Meeting Multi-Party Role Plays Featuring “True-to-Life” Scenarios
Location & Lodging:
Held at The Walker Center, a lovely Bed & Breakfast and Conference Center in Newton, MA, near Boston. Lodging available on-site ($60 to $95 per night; room rates subject to change). Other hotels including a Marriott are nearby.
Cost & Registration:
$795 early rate if paid by March 16; $895 thereafter. Includes lunches, snacks, and course materials.
* This training is approved under Part 146 by the New York State Unified Court System's Office of ADR Programs for 16 hours of Additional Mediation Training.(Please note that final placement on any court roster is at the discretion of the local Administrative Judge and participation in a course that is either approved or pending approval does not guarantee placement on a local court roster.)
** This course has been approved by the State of Vermont for 21.25 hours of continuing legal education credits, including 19.25 hours general credits and 2.0 hours ethics credits. Attorneys should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
*** Social Work Continuing Education Credits: This program has been approved for Continuing Education Credits for relicensure in the period of October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2018, in accordance with 258 CMR, as follows: 21.25 hours for all 3 days. Boston University School of Social Work Authorization Number B-18-055.
**** Past trainees have successfully applied for other state-specific Continuing Legal Education credits. Please inquire for details.