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& LAW BOOTCAMP
TO CRITICAL ELDER CARE ISSUES
October 15, 2021
7:30AM - 3:30PM
Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort & Spa
$50.00 per person
Breakfast / Lunch / Snacks
5 CE Credit Certificate upon completion of the BootCamp
Register by 9-15-2021 and receive $10.00 off
Corporate Discount are also available
with 4 Paid Attendees & the 5th is FREE
WE ARE OFFERING 5 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT HOURS TO SOCIAL WORKERS, NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS,
AND CASE MANAGERS.
· This program has been APPROVED by the
Florida Board Of Clinical Social Work, Marriage And Family Therapy And Mental Health Counseling to provide Clinical Social Workers with 5 credit clock hours.
· This program has been APPROVED by the Florida Board Of Nursing Home Administrators to provide licensed Nursing Home Administrators with 5 credit clock hours.
· This program has been APPROVED by the
Florida Office Of Public And Professional Guardians for approval to Provide Public And Professional Guardians with 5 credit clock hours.
· This program has been submitted to The Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to Provide board Certified Case Managers with 5 credit clock hours.
· This program has been submitted to the PACB for Board Certified Patient Advocates with 5 credit clock hours to meet the BCPA Certification.
Certificate of completion will be given to the attendee the day of the event after the last presentation has finished. Attendees will be required to turn in a completed evaluation to receive their certificate.
The Elder Advocacy and Law Boot Camp is a unique opportunity to learn solutions to critical matters facing our elders.
Target attendees: Social Workers, Nursing Home Administrators, Case Managers, and other professionals serving seniors.
*Guidance on Elder Advocacy
*Elder Abuse - View the prospective from the Patient & the Attorney
*Learning the numbers of Medicaid
*Hot Topics - Review the current issues
*Learn the Differences between Proactive Planning & Crisis Planning
*Elder Law Basics
*Jeopardy – Let’s Test Your Knowledge & Answer your questions
This course will provide Attendees with an in-depth knowledge of the legal field when it comes to estate planning, elder law and programs that are available to people in need of long-term care assistance.
The course will address the legal concerns that a person faces when they get older and how elders can get the care they need without losing their life savings.
Attendees will come away with the knowledge to answer tough questions concerning Estate Planning and Medicaid Benefits.
It will provide the attendees with an overview of the Florida Waiver programs and its complexities regarding married couples and the spousal impoverishment rules.
This course will also give attendees a thorough explanation of decision-making documents including Power of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate, HIPAA Waivers, Living Wills and Designation of Pre-need Guardians. It will discuss how and when to use them each properly and what differentiates these documents.
This course will cover updates in senior care and elder law including Medicaid rules and regulations, ABLE accounts, Validity of Documents, Medicaid Asset Verification Program, Medicaid Trends, Protective Orders and Medicaid, Estate Recovery, Improperly Drafted Deeds, Joint Bank Accounts and IRAs & Medicaid.
This course will cover the signs or symptoms of nursing home abuse and/or neglect, including taking note of alerting statements and risk factors.
The first hour will cover education and awareness for those individuals who work with older adults and to raise awareness about the types of abuse, risk factors and indicators, as well as the reporting process and requirements. The objective is for attendees to have a better understanding of the issues around advocacy, policy and training for those individuals that work with older adults on a daily basis.
The second hour will delve into the statistics and trends of nursing homes and their residents. The attendees will gain a better appreciation of the symptoms of nursing home neglect and/or abuse, as well as come away with an understanding of the differences between negligence and malpractice. With an increased understanding of the pitfalls and traps, the attendees will be better suited to act in a proactive manner on behalf of their patients.
The third hour covers the options available to seniors for estate planning. This hour will detail the goals of each different estate planning document, how to differentiate documents, what they are used for and when they can and should be used. The objective of this hour is to prepare the attendees to provide the seniors they work with guidance and understanding of the legal documents involved in aging.
The fourth hour will cover the assistance available to seniors through the Medicaid program Florida Medicaid Waiver Programs. It will detail how these programs work, how seniors can qualify and how to help seniors avoid common mistakes that can disqualify them or penalize them for these programs. It will also discuss the importance of guiding seniors to have a big picture approach and plan for their care throughout the rest of their lives.
The objective of this hour is for attendees to have a complete understanding of these programs and be able to effectively advise the senior population they serve.
The final hour will be in game format (Jeopardy) and cover current issues affecting the elderly including proposed laws, law changes, new laws and their implications. The objective of this session is for attendees to understand the new rules, new court cases that could affect seniors and how to use the new regulations and trends to assist the seniors they help and to know what they should be expecting and how to prepare for possible changes.
The goal for our attendees is to come away with answers to the difficult questions that they may encounter from concerned elders and their families. To provide them a thorough understanding of the legal, financial, and care planning issues facing their elderly patients and equip them with solutions to complex problems involved with long term care. As the laws and regulations are constantly changing, the goal of this course is to further educate the license of the new and relevant information integral to their success and the best care of their residents and patients.
8 Total Hours including breaks
5 total hours of education / 5 CE Credits
The Sanibel Harbor Marriott has given us a discount room rate. If you would like to make it a long weekend. That rate is good if you want to stay 3 days before & 3 days after. Please email me @ Jennifer@bootcampproductions.com for the link
Refund Policy: When an attendee has registered for and paid for this course, they shall be entitled to a refund only if they notify the sponsor (BootCamp Productions, LLC) no later than 5 days before the day of the event.
Register with the below link
1. Provide education and awareness for individuals who work with older adults. To raise awareness about the types of abuse, risk factors and indicators, as well as the reporting process and requirements. The discussion will:
• Define and identify types of elder abuse
• Bring awareness to the prevalence of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation in our communities
• Identify the where, when and who of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation
• Review the current laws and protective measures in place
• Provide an understanding of the mandatory reporting requirements
• Assist in finding resources throughout the community
2. Provide general statistics and information about nursing home residents, the difference between nursing home negligence and medical malpractice.
3. Provide a comprehensive description of legal documents used in Elder Law and Estate Planning to assist elders in obtaining care.
• Explain in detail what the attendees need to be aware of and understand, regarding estate planning and elder law legal documents:
• The goals of each legal document
• How the documents work
• How to initiate legal documents
• Who can initiate a legal document and when
• What should be included in legal documents
• The benefits and risks of each legal document
• Who has decision making control and when r death
• Who has decision making control and when
• What happens if no legal documents exist
• Discuss examples to show how documents work in real life situations
4. Provide a comprehensive description of the Long Term Care Medicaid Program and provide attendees with the basic tools to give a holistic initial analysis of the long term care needs of an individual or couple including identifying potential legal needs, future care needs, benefits that may be available to assist and the resources to follow through on these needs.
• Provide a comprehensive, patient-centered explanation of the Medicaid benefit.
• Describe who is eligible and when they become eligible.
• Discuss often overlooked potential gifting problems and the penalties involved.
• Discuss the old Medicaid rules in regard to gifting and the new Medicaid rules for gifting and provide the information needed to explain this to patients and families.
• Dispel common myths about Medicaid, including issues with estate recovery, the “look-back” period, gifting, asset transfers and excluded assets.
• Provide updated Medicaid numbers for 2019
• Discuss differences in planning and application for a single patient versus a married patient.
• Discuss in detail the Initial Asset Assessment and how that pertains to patients applying for Medicaid that have a spouse.
• Discuss detailed examples of the Medicaid planning and application process to show real world application.
• Discuss the dangers of not planning for the possibility of needing long term care.
• Provide a comprehensive description of the concept of asset preservation.
• Discuss the details of common concerns of nursing home residents in regard to cost, asset preservation and estate recovery.
5. Provide education and resources to the attendees to be able to answer questions related to preplanning funeral arrangements and their effect on Medicaid.
6. Provide in-depth discussion of decision-making documents including Designation of Healthcare Surrogates, Power of Attorney, HIPAA Waiver and Designation of Pre-Need Guardian.
• Discuss the differences between these documents
• Discuss the similarities of these documents
• Discuss how these documents are initiated and enacted
• Explain the details of Guardianship
• What type decisions are included
• Court documents needed
• Court process
• Petitions for Guardianship
• Durable Power of Attorney
• Acknowledgement of duties and responsibilities
7. Provide a thorough analysis of pending legislation, new laws, possible upcoming changes and their potential impacts.
• Medicaid under the new and old laws
• ABLE accounts
• Validity of Documents
• Annuity Drawbacks
• Medicaid Asset Verification Program
• Medicaid Trends
• Protective Orders and Medicaid
• Estate Recovery
• Improperly Drafted Deeds
• Joint Bank Accounts
• IRAs & Medicaid
• Inherited IRA’s
To register for our BootCamp or get more information please use the below email address:
10181 Six Mile Cypress Pkwy., Ste C Fort Myers, FL 33966