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October 2018

Caregiving and Family Conflict

October 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mountain View Conference Center, 555 Gettysburg Pike Suite B - 300
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 United States
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family conflict

Join our Care Coordinator for a discussion about strategies which family members can use to successfully work together when caring for a loved one.  Learn how to resolve differences of opinion and maximize the caregiving experience. Presenter:  Karen Kaslow, RN, BSN Additional information related to this topic, as well as our other Thursday seminar topics, is available in the blog section of our website or in our book,  Long-Term Care Guide:  Essential Tips for Solving the Elder Care Puzzle (available…

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November 2018

Power of Attorney or Guardianship?

November 1 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mountain View Conference Center, 555 Gettysburg Pike Suite B - 300
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 United States
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power of attorney

The role and responsibilities of a power of attorney agent is one of the topics about which we receive the most questions. During this seminar, the importance of planning for future incapacity will be discussed. Strategies for planning for incapacity in advance through the use of a power of attorney document, as well as the guardianship process in Pennsylvania in the event an individual is incapacitated and has not planned for incapacity in advance will also be covered. Presenter:  Ryan…

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Legal Planning for Dementia

November 8 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Mountain View Conference Center, 555 Gettysburg Pike Suite B - 300
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 United States
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dementia and memory loss

When an individual's ability to manage their own legal and financial affairs is impaired by symptoms of dementia, complications can arise.  When legal planning is undertaken either before dementia develops, or while an individual still has capacity, the individual and his/her family can be protected from some potential pitfalls. The determination of capacity versus incapacity may vary according to specific situations.  Some planning steps are available even when symptoms of dementia are present. Join Jessica Greene, CELA*, for this informative…

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