Housing Options for the Elderly
Presented by: Elder Law Section
Description: Decisions about what to do with the family home, and choosing among alternate residential options given changing family, health, and financial circumstances, can be difficult for the aging client. This seminar focuses on key options available to those who choose to remain at home, share home ownership, rent, or move to facilities providing various levels of care. Among the topics to be discussed will be reverse mortgage financing as well as veterans, state, and federal programs to assist aging clients.
Seminar Code: WI022213
Date: Friday, February 22, 2013
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
(Registration at 8:30 a.m.; lunch included)
Location: CBA Law Center, New Britain, CT
Law Student $75.00
CLE Credit 5.0 hrs
L. Joyelle DeFelice, Cohen and Wolf PC, Bridgeport
Deborah L. Hadaway, Elder Law Center of Connecticut LLC (a private law firm), Glastonbury
Laurel D. Mangan, Law Office of Laurel D. Mangan, Vernon Rockville
Amy E. Orlando, Czepiga Daly Dillman LLC, Newington
Jeannine M. Wyszkowski, Hudson & Kilby, Essex
Kevin J. Brophy, Connecticut Legal Services Inc., Waterbury
Kathy Bruni, Program Manager, Department of Social Services
Brendan F. Daly, Czepiga Daly Dillman LLC, Newington
Mark W. Dost, Tinley Nastri Renehan & Dost LLP, Waterbury
Sharon L. Pope, Law Offices of Sharon L. Pope LLC, Hartford
Lori O’Connor, CT. Dept of Veterans Affairs, Connecticut Community Care, Inc.
Henry C. Weatherby, Weatherby & Associates PC, Bloomfield
9:10 Residential Living
11:40 ALSA Options
1:00 Assisted Living
1:45 Veterans Home and Benefits
2:15 Nursing Homes
3:00 Discharge to the Community and Benefits
Who Should Attend
Elder law and general practice attorneys, estate planners, paralegals, and other legal professionals who advise seniors.
This seminar is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.