Exploration of Ethics and the Elderly
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This presentation will explore the best practices when dealing with thorny ethical issues in assisting the elderly and those who may have impaired capabilities. The topic will include a discussion of some new considerations arising from changes in the law resulting from the controversial Britney Spear’s conservatorship.
THIS MEETING WILL QUALIFY FOR ETHICS CREDIT
About our Speaker:
Cox Law Group Inc is a boutique firm of three attorneys (presently) whose principal, Cynthia Cox has practiced law for over 30 years. She is one of the top 50 women attorneys in Southern California as identified by Super Lawyers, a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and chair of the Special Needs Steering Committee of that organization, as well as membership in the Council of Advanced Practitioners. She is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, as certified by the National Elder Law Foundation (“NELF”) and teaches “Special Needs and Elder Law” at Loyola Law School, as an adjunct professor. She is a frequent speaker on elder law and special needs related topics. She is a passionate advocate for persons with disabilities and the elderly.
Cynthia and her husband Tom reside in Torrance, California and have a lovely brady-bunch family consisting of Cynthia’s two daughters, Tom’s four children and fourteen (14!) grandchildren