CEU Opportunities

Join Attorney Danielle Humphrey at the Hurley Elder Care Law Office for a Complimentary CEU on “Capacity, Competency and Ethical Interventions: A Legal Discussion for Healthcare Providers” on Wednesday, August 24th

Event Date: Wednesday, August 24th - 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Conflicts of interest and determining decision-making capacity often create complex ethical dilemmas for case managers, social workers, and other practitioners working with older adults. Please join Danielle Humphrey, JD, CELA, for a complimentary CEU on: “Capacity, Competency, and Ethical Interventions: A Legal Discussion for Healthcare Providers.” Hurley Elder Care Law will host this complimentary CEU at its office located at 100 Galleria Parkway, Suite 650, Atlanta, Georgia 30339 on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. Registration and snacks: 3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.; CEU Education: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Competing interests of the older adults’ family can make difficult decisions even more challenging for the helping individuals. This presentation will provide guidance and tools for assessing areas of concern when clinicians are confronted with ethical dilemmas. Attorney Humphrey will explain the difference between capacity and competency and provide guidelines for evaluation. She also will review an ethical decision-making model for practitioners to use when confronted with these dilemmas in clinical practice. Please RSVP to http://heclaug24.eventbrite.com and contact klewis@hurleyeclaw.com with any questions. CEUs available: One (1) ethic or core hour for social workers (GA NASW); one (1) contact hour for case managers (CCMC), one (1) contact hour for RNs (TNA).

Complimentary dinner CEU on “Capacity, Competency, and Ethical Interventions: A Legal Discussion for Healthcare Providers” at Aspen Village in Dallas, GA on September 8th

Event Date: Thursday, September 8th - 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Please join Danielle Humphrey, JD, CELA, for a complimentary dinner CEU on Thursday, September 8, 2016 as she discusses “Capacity, Competency, and Ethical Interventions: A Legal Discussion for Healthcare Providers.” Conflicts of interest and determining decision-making capacity often creates complex ethical dilemmas for case managers, social workers, and other practitioners working with older adults. Competing interests of the older adult’s family can also make difficult decisions even more challenging for the helping individuals. This presentation will provide guidance and tools for assessing areas of concern when clinicians are confronted with ethical dilemmas. Attorney Humphrey will explain the difference between capacity and competency and provide guidelines for evaluation. Ms. Humphrey will also review an ethical decision-making model for practitioners to use when confronted with such dilemmas in clinical practice. CEUs available: one (1) ethic or core hour for social workers (GA NASW); one (1) contact hour for case managers (CCMC), one (1) contact hour for RNs (TNA). Location of this event is at Aspen Village, 3615 Charles Hardy Pkwy, Dallas, GA 30157. Registration and dinner: 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.; CEU: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Please RSVP at http://aspenvillagesept8.eventbrite.com This event is co-sponsored by Aspen Village and Hurley Elder Care Law.