Elder Mediation Training in Newton, Massachusetts - July 29 to August 1, 2014

Four Day Advanced Mediation Training in Elder (Adult Family) Mediation
in Newton, Massachusetts

July 29 - August 1, 2014

Tuesday through Friday

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM on days 1 - 3
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM on day 4

Held at The Walker Center - A Charming B&B and Conference Center
30 minutes from Logan Airport. Just off Rte 95 and the Mass Pike (Rte 90).
Close to Riverside MBTA Station.

Early Bird Discount through June 18, 2014

See details below and at:  http://www.elderdecisions.com/pg19.cfm



Elder mediation helps seniors and their adult children resolve conflicts around issues such as living arrangements, caregiving, financial planning, inheritance/estate disputes, medical decisions, family communication, driving, and guardianship.

What previous participants are saying:

"This exceeded my expectations!  The Elder Decisions Mediation Training makes a compelling case for why we need to step up to this national challenge and makes it possible for mediators to step into these critical but delicate family conversations.  I got a great return on my investment: information-dense, practical, inspiring -- allowing me to extend my company's services to meet this growing demand."
     Marina A. Piscolish, Ph.D. MAPping Change, LLC
     Kailua, Hawaii
"Usually when one goes to a conference or training it is considered successful if one takes away one memorable piece of information from the whole event. In my case my expectations were higher given that I had a return trip of some 40 hours travelling time. I found all the presenters so knowledgeable and so passionate about their topics that I would have considered the training a huge success had I only been able to listen to any single one of them! This training was an unmitigated success for the organisers and I could not praise their work enough, from choosing their topics to their choice of presenters, this was indeed a formidable and professional effort that they can rightly be very proud of. I will certainly be looking to attend another of their events."
     David Bogan, International Mediation Services, Auckland, New Zealand
     Author of Avoid Retirement & Stay Alive Harper Collins & McGraw Hill 2007
     and What's Keeping You Awake at Night Harper Collins 2010

"Elder Decisions' Advanced Elder Mediation Training...was excellent; actually the best I have ever experienced.  It was well organized (and) the subject matter was completely covered.  (This was) the most sequentially programmed and clearly presented (training) I have yet attended."
     Jane Thayer, Ph.D., Mediator, Martha's Vineyard, MA
     Co-author, Elderescence: The Gift of Longevity

"Thank you all for the excellent program last week - the presentations were excellent, the materials just the type of thing that I will use in the future as a reference tool. Obviously you have devoted much time, thought, and effort to creating this workshop - your work has paid off for the participants!"
     Jane Beddall, M.A., J.D.
     Dovetail Resolutions, LLC, New Haven, CT

"I'm still raving to everyone how valuable I found the training and how I enjoyed all of the presenters."
     Jennifer Weintraub, Attorney/Mediator, New York City

This four day course will cover:


    Normal Aging
    Physical Changes
    Cognitive Changes
    Alzheimer's Disease and Other Forms of Dementia
    Depression in the Elderly
    Families and Caregiving - Intergenerational Relationships
    Long Term Care and In-Home Services
    Costs of Care
    Who pays for Services?
    Maintaining Independence


    Planning for Financial Management
    Medicaid Eligibility
    Medical Decision Making
    Asset Protection


    Neutrality vs. Mediator Advocacy
    Common Hurdles
    New Strategies for Intake
    Exploring the Hybrid Model of Elder Mediation
    Working with Large, Dispersed Family Groups
    Ethical Concerns
    Age Bias
    Considering and Maximizing Capacity
    Complex Multi-Party Role Plays
    and more!

Arline Kardasis and Crystal Thorpe
Senior Trainers at Elder Decisions

Along With Expert Guest Presenters from the fields of elder law and gerontology.

$1,050 if fully registered by June 18, 2014 ($1,125 thereafter).
Breakfast pastries, coffee, lunch on site, snacks, and course materials included.

Social Work CEUs offered. State Specific CLEs may require an additional fee.

Elder Decisions®, a division of Agreement Resources, LLC
30 Walpole Street, Norwood, MA  02062
617-612-7009  x29
email training@ElderDecisions.com

More info and registration available here: http://www.ElderDecisions.com/pg19.cfm

Elder Decisions®, a division of Agreement Resources, LLC | 30 Walpole Street, Norwood, MA 02062  | 617-612-7009

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