Elder law in a nutshell
Scope and Diversity of Elder Law; Ethical Considerations in Dealing With Older Clients; Health Care Decision Making; Medicare and Medigap; Medicaid; Long-term Care Insurance; Nursing Homes and Custodial Care Facilities; Housing Alternatives and Options; Guardianship; Alternatives to Guardianship; Social Security Benefits; Supplemental Security Income; Veteran's Benefits; Pension Plans; Age Discrimination in Employment; Elder Abuse and Neglect.
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Scope of Elder Law
Who Is The Client
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