Join Ken Bennett and Sara McClammer for the Center For At-Risk Elder's Advanced Guardianship Law and Practice on May 6, 2015. Topics include the legal and ethical concepts of surrogate decision-making, the legal mechanics of guardianship, and guiding the guardian in the performance of their duties. The program is eligible for 6 CLE credits, including 1.5 ethics credits (ethics credits pending). You can learn more and register here.
Jacqueline Marcell cared for her aging parents and struggled until she finally found a diagnosis that made sense. You can read a short excerpt of her story in this article and you can find her full story in the book "Elder Rage" here.
This is an excerpt from Amazon:
"If you're caring for an elderly loved one and find the task daunting, you're in the same position Jacqueline Marcell found herself. She gave up her career as a television executive, went through 40 caregivers and cried rivers for a year before solving the endless crisis medically, behaviorally, socially, legally, financially and emotionally. Passion to save others from a similar experience resulted in her first book, "Elder Rage", a Book-of-the-Month Club selection receiving 50 prestigious endorsements, over 300 5-Star Amazon reviews, is required reading for courses in geriatric assessment and management, and being considered for a film."
"Plyometrics, also known as jump or reactive training, is a concept that fights gravity with positive motion. Together, motion and balance are brought into the mix to prevent injury." Many Boomers complain about losing their ability to balance. Plyometrics may be able to help with balance. For more, you can read the article here.
Focusing on legal issues relating to Indiana's elders as well as trust & estate planning & administration.