EATI Workshops 2016-17: JASA Staff

Events

  • EATI Workshops 2016-17: JASA Staff

    JASA in partnership with Fordham University and St. Johns University

    Location

    Unless otherwise specified, all workshops take place at
    UJA-Federation of New York
    130 East 59th Street, New York, NY
    (between Park & Lexington Avenues)

    THIS REGISTRATION IS FOR JASA STAFF ONLY. PLEASE INCLUDE THE NAME OF YOUR PROGRAM in the box that says "Additional Information about your order." 

    MORE INFORMATION

    Contact 212.273.5281 or elderabuse@jasa.org

    Workshop 4
    Protecting Older Adults from Financial Scams and Fraud

    March 22, 2017
    2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

    This workshop will inform participants about the types of financial scams that target older homeowners, how mortgage and real estate scams impact homeowners, and how legal and social work professionals, and advocates can identify scam victims and direct them to appropriate assistance.

    MODERATOR

    Dianne Woodburn, Esq, Legal Services Supervisor, JASA

    PRESENTERS

    Mark Sicari, Esq, Staff Attorney, Senior Initiative Program, JASA

    Ann Goldweber, Esq, Director of Consumer Justice for the Elderly, St. John's University School of Law

    FEES

    Workshop $0
    CEH & CLE Credits $25 each

    Two (2) NY Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are available for this workshop courtesy of St. John's University School of Law, for an additional fee.

    Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service is the provider of social work continuing education hours (CEH), as approved by the New York State Education Department Board of Social Work. Two CEH credits are available for an additional fee.

    Light refreshments will be served.



    Workshop 5
    Health/Mental Health Perspectives on Addressing Elder Abuse

    May 4, 2017
    2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    This workshop is designed for health and mental health providers, and community-based social workers who regularly serve an older population (i.e. professionals in the fields of internal, family or geriatric medicine, psychiatry, nursing, social work, case management, and geriatric care management.)

    Topics include:
    • How physical and mental illness may increase vulnerability to elder abuse and exploitation
    • Impact of elder abuse and exploitation on an older adult's physical and psychological well-being, and capacity to take action to end the abuse
    • Strategies to identify and engage individuals at risk for depression, PTSD, and other mental health issues, including interviewing strategies and screening instruments
    • Utilizing treatment modalities specific to reducing victimization, improving physical and mental health, and enhancing daily and long term functioning


    PRESENTERS

    Ronnie Lofaso, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical Center

    Fay Kahan, LCSW, Elder Abuse Social Worker, Martha Stewart Center for Living at Coffey Geriatrics Practice, Mount Sinai Hospital

    Jo Anne Sirey, PhD, Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Meidcal College and Clinical Director of the Geriatric Outpatient Service, Weill Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry


    FEES

    Workshop $0
    CEH Credits $25

    Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service is the provider of social work continuing education hours (CEH), as approved by the New York State Education Department Board of Social Work.

    Three (3) CEH credits are available for this workshop for an additional fee.

    Light refreshments will be served.

    Price:
    Price for Members:
    Workshop 4: Protecting Older Adults from Financial Scams and Fraud
    Workshop Fee $0
    CLE Credits (2) $25
    CEH Credits (2) $25
    Workshop 5: Health/Mental Health Perspectives on Addressing Elder Abuse
    Workshop Fee $0
    CEH Credits (3) $25

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