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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

Cost: $50.00

For more information and registration call (831) 582-5400 or register here.

Refreshments provided by Central Coast Senior Services

Program description:

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 Objectives:

    • 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

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