may, 2019

14may5:45 pm7:15 pmDecisional Capacity: How to Determine When a Patient Can’t Make Their Own Decisions Event Organized By: Elder Law Attorney Helen Mesoloras, JD

Event Details

Presenters: Dr. Christina Vocos, Thomson Attention & Memory and Attorney Helen Mesoloras, JD

This program, presented by a neuropsychologist and an elder law attorney, will discuss: the role of a neuropsychologist in objectively evaluating mental capacity for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment; the primary uses of a neuropsychological  assessment; the levels of mental capacity needed to execute Powers of Attorney for Healthcare and Property; the rights and responsibilities of an agent under power of attorney; the guardianship process; and the role, authority, and powers of a guardian.

CEUs and Registration: 1.5 Continuing Education Credit will be awarded to Illinois Social Workers, Counselors, Nurses, and Nursing Home Administrators for $10.00. Checks can be mailed to Elderwerks Educational Services, Post Office Box 92, Cary, Illinois 60013. To pay by credit card, send an email to for an invoice to be sent electronically. Payments are not refundable.


(Tuesday) 5:45 pm - 7:15 pm CST


Lexington Square - Lombard

555 Foxworth Blvd., Lombard, Illinois


Elder Law Attorney Helen Mesoloras,

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