In partnership with Hospice Giving Foundation and the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California & Northern Nevada
Thursday, February 1, 2018
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Community Justice Center at the Monterey College of Law, 2620 Colonel Durham St, Seaside, CA 93955
2 hours of CLE and CEU credits
For more information and registration call (831) 582-5400 or register here.
Refreshments provided by Central Coast Senior Services
This workshop will review the basics of conservatorships and covers the broad spectrum of professionals that may be involved in obtaining a conservatorship
Local experts will provide an overview of their respective roles in obtaining a conservatorship, followed by a moderated question and answer period. The panel will include: Conservatorship Law Attorney, Lori Espinoza; Neuropsychologist, Dr. Patricia McKeon; Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Maureen McEachen of Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice; Officer Shasta Vanetti of the Monterey Police Department; Adult Protective Services Supervisor, Travis Beye of Monterey County Adult Protective Services; and Allen Lasam, Deputy Public Guardian and Administrator of the Monterey County Public Guardian’s Office.
- Learning what a conservatorship is and understanding who it is designed to protect
- Identifying when a possible conservatorship is appropriate
- Understanding key aspects in obtaining a conservatorship and the difference between Probate, Limited and LPS Conservatorships
- Appreciating the challenges faced by patients, family members and professionals when obtaining a conservatorship
- Understanding the roles and interactions of different professions when obtaining a conservatorship
- Learning how a conservatorship can be part of an advance care planning conversation
- Establishing a conservatorship