Elder abuse is one of the most vicious acts anyone can commit. Although I am NOT a doctor and do not claim to have specialized knowledge regarding medical or psychological facts, experience as an attorney has shown me that psychopaths and sociopaths, who lack empathy, may be more prone to commit these acts. With that […]

From UCTV: Dr. Geroges Naasan explores the principal clinical syndromes of Alzheimer’s Disease: memory, visual, language and frontal/executive. He also discusses neuropathology, genetic factors and modern biomarkers with colleagues from the UCSF Memory and Aging Center. Recorded on 04/30/2019.

The head-to-toe assessment in nursing is an important physical health assessment that nurses perform. In a nursing home, 42 CFR § 483.21 requires development of a baseline care plan within 48 hours of admission. A comprehensive care plan must be developed within 7 days. 42 CFR § 483.20 provides that a facility must make a […]

This video, produced by the National Adult Protective Services Association, identifies signs of elder abuse. Also see University of California’s video, Elder Abuse: The Crime of the Twenty-First Century? – Research on Aging. Attorney Paul Greenwood has prosecuted more than four hundred felony cases of elder and dependent abuse, both physical and financial. He examines […]

In Georgia,  O.C.G.A. § 29-5-60(a) requires that Conservators, “[e]ach year, within 60 days of the anniversary date of qualification, … file with the court a verified return consisting of a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the conservatorship during the year preceding the anniversary date of qualification, an updated inventory consisting of a statement […]

The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel presented a video discussing the advantages and disadvantages of taking Social Security early.

This video originally aired on June 5, 2013. The description states that Elder abuse often goes unnoticed. The most common types of elder abuse include financial and physical abuse, in addition to negligence. Sadly, more often than not, family and friends perpetrate this abuse.

This is a five episode conference on shared decision-making, produced by the Stanford Geriatric Education Center in 2015.

Video from 2019 on Alzheimer’s and dementia research

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