2015 Adult Guardian ad Litem Training - 2015
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Who should order:
- Guardians ad litem
- Elder law attorneys
- Family law attorneys
- Health law attorneys
How you'll benefit:
- Understand how the Helen E.F. decision changed the landscape for individuals with dementia and the use of Chapter 51 and Chapter 55 in Wisconsin
- Know the ethical requirements of representing those who may need protective placements or services
Protect Those Who Can No Longer Protect Themselves
Having an individual’s best interests at heart is key to being a successful guardian ad litem (GAL). Each year, State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® ensures that these dedicated counselors are equipped with crucial tools and updates, whether they’re experienced practitioners or new to the field. Topics include:
- Survey of current trends and concerns
- Perspective of Dr. Molli Rolli who treats people with dementia and other psychiatric illnesses as they undergo guardianship proceedings
- Case law and community resources update
- Ethical GAL issues such as competency requirements, the value of communication, handling post-appointment conflicts
No One Left Behind
The annual training has been redesigned to include two tracks to help establish and reinforce a solid foundation for both beginning and advanced practitioners.
Get Ahead on Emerging Topics
To serve members who attend annually, Adult GAL 2015 presents a variety of topics in the more advanced practitioner track, including:
- Abuse situations and other complexities
- Practice after Helen E.F. and dementia care redesign
- Panel presentation on advanced GAL topics including Medicaid and spendthrift guardianships
Order now to get insight and updates from respected professionals in the field!
* Viewing archived footage does not qualify you for additional CLE credit.