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Take Pride in Your Future - Advance Planning with LGBTQ+ Clients

Zoom Webinar Presentation

In this two-part presentation, these dynamic and engaging speakers will be discussing the challenges LGBTQ+ may experience when planning for later life; strategies to build strong relationships and effectively care plan with LGBTQ+ clients; why long term care planning is a must, and what documents, resources and information are needed to ensure a secure future.

1.5 Cultural Competency CE Credits will be available to nurses, social workers, professional counselors and nursing home administrators.


6 PM - 7:30 PM


  • Jacqueline Boyd (Founder of The Care Plan)

    Jacqueline Boyd

    Founder of The Care Plan


    The Care Plan is the brainchild of Jacqueline Boyd, a long time aging specialist and LGBTQI advocate. Jacqueline’s passion for health and aging started when she was a Certified Nursing Assistant in college. Working in nursing homes gave her a deep appreciation for the struggles many face throughout the aging process. The swift physical and cognitive changes, the lack of clear resources and advice left many families in the dark about how to best support their loved ones, and at times guilty for the choices they had made. It was here that seeds for The Care Plan were planted, in an empathy for the pain and uncertainty many clients and their families experienced.

    Jacqueline spent much of her professional career providing care management services in her 9 years with a private duty caregiving agency. Providing guidance and advocacy for people in need illuminated time and again the need for earlier interventions and planning. She saw how a comprehensive approach can avoid common crisis along the path to aging, yet no real solution existed.

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  • Kathryn Casey (Partner & Certified Elder Law Attorney at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras)

    Kathryn Casey

    Partner & Certified Elder Law Attorney at Dutton Casey & Mesoloras


    Katie is certified as an elder law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. She has practiced exclusively in elder law since 2004 when she began representing clients in adult guardianships and elder abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation litigation. Since then her practice has expanded to include probate and trust administration, estate planning, retirement benefits, special needs planning, long term care planning, Medicaid applications, and nursing home issues. She devotes a substantial portion of her time to helping families plan for the care of a loved one with a chronic care need. Katie represents her clients with a continuity of care that extends from the creation of a long term care plan to the execution, implementation, and administration of that plan.

    Katie commutes 20 miles on her bike each day through sun, rain, sleet, and snow. When not at work, she enjoys being outdoors, gardening, riding her bike, and spending time with her husband and 16 nieces and nephews.

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6/9/20 Take Pride in Your Future - Professional Ticket (Sold Out)

Zoom Webinar 6:00 PM
After registration and prior to the program you will receive a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar.


**To pay by credit card at a later date, please choose the "check" option when registering. This may be amended prior to the event to pay by credit card online.

*Webinar access information will NOT be provided until payment has been made.

Standard Price $5
6/9/20 Take Pride in Your Future - Community Member

Zoom Webinar 6:00 PM
After registration and prior to the program you will be emailed a link and meeting ID to access the Zoom webinar.

This ticket is for Consumers/Community Members ONLY

Standard Price Free