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 firstname.lastname@example.org for an invoice to be sent electronically. Payments are not refundable.