Welcome to the NYCEAC Events Page! Listed immediately below are upcoming elder justice and aging events accessible to those in the New York City area. Events include webinars, trainings, symposiums and more. These events can also be browsed using the events calendar, located on the left sidebar on every page of the site. To submit an event, please click here.

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Events Outside the New York City Area

Listed below are events for the elder justice community scheduled to take place outside of the New York City Area. These events are not listed on the sidebar calendar.

Elder Justice Coordinating Council is meeting 9am to 12pm on April 27 in Dirksen 106. This meeting is being sponsored by the Senate Aging Committee. The room holds 200 and they are hoping to fill the room. The meeting will be livestreamed here.

Webinar: Assessing Financial Decision Making in Vulnerable Adults: Use of the Lichtenberg Financial Decision Screening Scale, April 28, 2016 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST. Decision-making capacity is a cornerstone assessment in many cases of financial exploitation. Effective instruments for measuring financial decision-making capacity are essential for investigators. One challenge is the lack the tools to detect financial capacity deficits. This session introduces a new screening scale for financial decision making capacity. The Lichtenberg Financial Decision Screening Scale is a brief 10-item screening scale designed to assess decisional ability at the point at which an vulnerable adult is making a significant financial decision. The webinar will review the instructions for administration, review screening questions and scoring and discuss case studies using the scale. Register hereThere is no charge for this webinar. Sorry, CEUs are not available.  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. 

Vulnerability, Cognitive Impairment, and Undue Influence—A Recipe for Mistreatment: A Public Health Webinar on May 5, 2016 at 1:00 pm EDT. The issue of elder abuse is receiving increased attention, and people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias are particularly vulnerable. Join the Alzheimer’s Association and the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) on Thursday, May 5, 2016, from 1:00-2:00 pm EDT for a webinar on Vulnerability, Cognitive Impairment, and Undue Influence–A Recipe for Mistreatment. The webinar will provide insights into this emerging public health problem and feature new uniform definitions for elder abuse to support surveillance. Opportunities to protect people with cognitive impairment from abuse will be discussed. Please register in advance (and input meeting number: 748 905 085). Dr. Bonnie J. Olsen of the National Center on Elder Abuse will explain why people with cognitive impairment are at risk for physical, emotional, and other types of abuse. She will also describe the current scope and burden of the problem.  Dr. Jeffrey Hall from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention will discuss new surveillance guidance and plans for use in public health and other sectors. Together, Drs. Olsen and Hall will explore ways the public health community can address abuse of people with dementia, including through partnerships with the aging network and law enforcement. Be sure to register online (meeting number: 748 905 085), mark your calendars, and forward this message to any interested colleagues.

Vulnerability, Cognitive Impairment, and Undue Influence—A Recipe for Mistreatment

A Public Health Webinar on May 5, 2016 at 1:00 pm EDT

The Legal Assistance for Seniors’ 11th Annual Conference on Elder Abuse will be held on May 17, 2016, 8:30 AM to 5 PM at the UC Hastings College of the Law at 198 McAllister St., San Francisco, CA. Registration & information:  www.LASConference2016.eventbrite.com  Early Bird Discount ends May 3.

KEYNOTE: HOARDING BEHAVIOR IN OLDER ADULTS: Legal Assistance for Seniors is pleased to announce that Michael A. Tompkins, Ph.D., will give the keynote address on Hoarding Behavior in Older Adults.  Michael A. Tompkins is a licensed psychologist (PSY 13822) and co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy where he specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders in adults, adolescents, and children.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS INCLUDE:
-Elder Abuse Prevention and Professional Ethics for Attorneys, Fiduciaries, and Real Estate Professionals
-Legal Reform to Protect LGBT Seniors in Long-Term Care
-Undue Influence, Capacity & Over-medication:  Messy Tales from the Front Lines
-The Big Business of Trust: Standing up for Elders in a For Profit World
-And more!

WHO ATTENDS?: This state-wide conference attracts attorneys, social workers, private fiduciaries, conservators, public guardians, medical professionals, law enforcement officials, and others from the nonprofit and public sector.

CONTINUING EDUCATION: Up to 6 hours continuing education credits available for California Attorneys and Professional Fiduciaries. Pending approval, credits may also be available for Behavioral Scientists (MFT, LCSW, LEP, LPCC), Public Administrators, Guardians and Conservators. Please inquire.

This conference is presented by Legal Assistance for Seniors in collaboration with UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy: www.lashicap.org

QUESTIONS? Contact: conference@lashicap.org or call  510-832-3040

 

The World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2nd Global Summit will be held on Thursday, June 16th. It will be held in the Securities and Exchange Commission Building, 100 F St. NE, Washington, D.C. Please Join with National and International Elder Abuse Prevention Leaders for this Important Event! The First Global Summit on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day in 2015 had national policy makers, advocates, financial services institutions, media, social services organizations and the general public attend, plus over 150 additional organizational and individual partners from all over the world. We expect many more in 2016! The keynote speaker will be Silvia Perel-Levin, Chair, UN NGO Committee on Ageing, Geneva. For more information, please see here.

33rd Annual Adult Protective Services Conference, Protecting with Purpose, Passion and Persistence will be held on October 4-7, 2016  at the * South Padre Island Convention Centre * South Padre Island, TX. We are excited to announce the 33rd annual Adult Protective Services Conference will be held in South Padre Island, TX on October 4-7, 2016. We are now accepting workshop proposals and hope you will consider being a part of the premier adult protective services conference in the nation. Each year, the APS Conference brings together 500 plus attendees eager to learn from over 40 workshops taught by top professionals from all over the world. The conference has attracted people from almost every state in the U.S. as well as attendees from Japan, Canada, England, Australia and Mexico. Deadline for submitting a proposal is April 29, 2016. Call for Presentations – Related Topics:

  • Resources for Veterans with Disabilities
  • Housing our Homeless Veterans
  • Caseload Management
  • Time Management
  • Management Training
  • Worker Safety
  • Injuries in the Elderly
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Long term care changes (state level)
  • Death and Dying
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease
  • Mental Health
  • Investigating Abuse
  • Diabetes Management (health and nutrition)
  • Financial Exploitation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Investigative Challenges of State-run Psychiatric Facilities
  • Working with Clients with Disabilities
  • Disability Rights
  • Structured Decision Making
  • Demographics on Aging and what is means to APS
  • Ethics
  • Elder Abuse
  • Health Disparities
  • Stress Management
  • Helping Undocumented Immigrants
  • Working with the Legal System
  • Forensic Interviewing Skills
  • Caseload Management
  • Time Management
  • Leadership
  • And many more…

If you would like to present a workshop at the 2016 APS Conference or have questions, contact Thomas Ortiz at thomas.ortiz@dfps.state.tx.us or Mark Schexnider atMARK.SCHEXNIDER@dfps.state.tx.us