Topics on Caregiving for Elderly Parents
2 sessions, 6 hours
Many people find themselves in a care giver role. Caring for a family member is one of the most important roles you’ll play. It can happen suddenly, with an accident or illness, or gradually as you find yourself taking more time off from work, preparing meals, or handling finances. This course will include information and resources to make the process easier for both you and your loved one.
Instructor: Marcy Gouge is a licensed elder law attorney with 20 years litigation experience. She has a certificate in Gerontology and is the former National Director of National Legal Training Project (federal grant from Dept. of Health & Human Services) which provided training to elder advocates on topics which impact older adults such as Elder Abuse, Guardianship, Federal Benefits, etc. She also has extensive experience providing Continuing Education training to adults.
ILR421 Topics on Caregiving for Elderly Parents
4-Digit Number: 3980
Tue, 1pm-4pm, June 13– June 20
Location: Conference Center (E Building) /E106
Tuition: $20 Fee: $49 Total: $69
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only