Event Details

This program is open to consumers and professionals.


Taking care of an aging family member is one of the most important roles we will take on during our lives. It is also one of the most daunting and demanding roles we will ever experience. And one we should not navigate all alone. What legal documents do you need to put in place in advance? What health care and financial decisions are you allowed to make for your loved one? What are you legally obligated to do or not do? And what professionals and community resources are available to help you navigate the best long-term care plan possible for your loved one? This session will provide valuable information and advice which every family caregiver needs to know.


TWO Dates to Choose From!

May 2, 9:30am to 11:00am & May 5, 12:30pm to 2:00pm


Following registration and prior to the meeting you will receive phone numbers, a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar




1.5 CE Credits will be awarded to Illinois nurses, social workers and professional counselors.

Agenda

  • May 2, 2020

  • May 5, 2020

9:30 AM - 11 AM
Zoom Webinar Presentation

Speakers

  • Melissa Kallio (Elder Law Attorney at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras)

    Melissa Kallio

    Elder Law Attorney at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras

    https://www.duttonelderlaw.com

    Melissa concentrates her practice in elder law, with a focus on long-term care planning, which includes Medicaid and VA planning, litigation for vulnerable adults against abuse, neglect, and exploitation, and guardianship estates. Melissa also serves as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem (GAL) and counsel for Respondents in guardianship estates.

    In her free time, Melissa enjoys travelling, playing and watching sports, hiking, and spending time at her family’s camp on Twin Lakes in Upper Michigan.

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  • Helen Mesoloras (JD, Partner at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras)

    Helen Mesoloras

    JD, Partner at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras

    https://www.duttonelderlaw.com

    Helen concentrates her practice in elder law, with a focus on long term care planning, guardianships, probate and trust administrations, and estate planning. She represents clients in routine guardianship and probate matters, as well as more complex Medicaid and special needs planning cases. She enjoys working with clients and their families to develop and implement plans to achieve their goals, and guides her clients in every step of the plan.

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Documents

Tickets

5/5/20 Looking Out for Your Loved Ones - Professional Ticket

Zoom Presentation 12:30pm

After registration and prior to the program you will receive a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar

ALL PROFESSIONALS IN THE FIELD OF AGING TICKET

Standard Price $5
5/5/20 Looking Out for Your Loved Ones - Consumer Ticket

Zoom Presentation 12:30PM

After registration and prior to the program you will receive a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar

CONSUMER/COMMUNITY MEMBER TICKET ONLY

Standard Price Free