As a professional who works with the elderly, it is critical that you understand the very latest developments and emerging issues in elder law, along with your obligations.

This comprehensive one-day module on the emerging issues will give you the latest knowledge and tools to navigate the complex environment that is Elder Law. The interactive format will allow you to ask questions, gain practical skills and expand your network of professionals and colleagues also working with elder clients.

This program will focus on those emerging issues in elder law that are at the forefront and top of mind for anyone working in this field. Whether it is new legislation, a continued area of struggle, new case law or an issue in the news. There will be ample opportunity to ask those pressing questions and interact with presenters and peers. You will walk away with a binder of resources that you will return to again and again.

Can’t Make the Date? Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.


What You’ll Learn

The aging process and recognizing and combating ageism

Understanding how ageism and ableism interact and can result in discrimination of clients and other older adults

Dealing with ageism in the workplace

Tackling mortgage fraud and financial exploitation

The new framework for transitioning from hospital to long-term care under Bill 7

Long-term care home negligence and personal injury

The latest on capacity, substitute decision-making and healthcare consent

Family law issues and the elderly

Who Should Attend

Lawyers in private practice, practicing in the areas of elder law, health law, wills and estates, family law and estate litigation

Managers, administrators and operators of long-term care home operations

Hospital administrators

Health professionals

Hospital risk managers

Social workers

In-house lawyers and counsel in long-term care, retirement, hospitals

Government lawyers