FREE CE In-Person Breakfast “Guardianship and Ethics: How to Avoid Removing Someone’s Rights” (ethics)
February 9, 2022 | 8:30 am-10:00 am ET
Join Danielle Humphrey, JD, CELA of Hurley Elder Care Law, and Garden Plaza at Lawrenceville for a complimentary breakfast and CE on “Guardianship and Ethics: How to Avoid Removing Someone’s Rights” (ethics)
The Guardianship/Conservatorship process is a necessary, complicated intersection of our medical and legal worlds. Oftentimes, the healthcare providers are the first to recognize that a patient’s capacity may be questionable. Recommending that a family seek guardianship over their loved one may mean that complex medical issues and intricate family dynamics will be litigated in a courtroom. What ethical implications and unintended outcomes can result from this recommendation? In this CE, Hurley Elder Care Law will offer information on the basics of guardianship/conservatorship, explore the ethical issues surrounding removing someone’s rights, and offer practical alternatives to guardianship. Current information on Georgia’s Advance Directives and Powers of Attorney will also be provided.
Registration and Breakfast from 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM
The CE Presentation will be from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM.
*This CE is approved for Social Workers, Registered Nurses, and Certified Case Managers.
This event is hosted by Garden Plaza at LawrencevilleGarden Plaza at Lawrenceville
230 Collins Industrial Way Lawrenceville 30043