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Who is in Charge Anyway? An Exploration of Personal Empowerment and the film, “I Care A Lot”
A NACCM Media Club Webinar Event
July 30, 2021 at 9am – 10:30am PT / 12pm -1:30pm ET
Presented by Marguerite Lorenz, CTFA, CLPF #319
Since the film, “I Care A Lot” was released in February 2021, many of the audience have asked if any of the events in the film could really happen. Please join us as long-time presenter, Marguerite Lorenz, licensed professional trustee/executor (Professional Fiduciary), uses the movie as a starting point to talk about the non-Hollywood aspects of estate planning, conservatorship, and guardianship — so we can stay in control as we age, and better protect our clients.
It’s more fun if you watch the movie first (currently available through Netflix)– but you don’t have to! This webinar will be dynamic and informative, covering topics outside the scope of the movie through lecture and live facilitated dialogue with the audience by Marguerite C. Lorenz, CTFA, CLPF #319: Ms. Lorenz is a Master Trustee and Managing Partner at Lorenz Private Trustees, and has served over 100 families as Trustee and Executor. Her book, Ethics for Trustees 2.0, gives further understanding to the work of a Fiduciary, and its ethical considerations, for both professional and family member trustees. She is a thought leader and writes articles on the topics of Estate Planning and Aging Well. Ms. Lorenz is President of the Estate Planning Group Network, and serves as Vice-Chair of the Board for the Independent Trustee Alliance. Follow Ms. Lorenz on Twitter! @SanDiegoTrustee
NACCM Media Club Events – Recorded Versions
The Art of Dying Well with Author Katy Butler
This recorded webinar was presented by award-winning journalist and bestselling author Katy Butler. In this presentation she discusses her research and findings about the step by step preparations – practical, communal, physical, medical, and spiritual – that make a good decline and a “good death” more likely. Click here to learn more and to purchase. Note, eligible for 1.0 NACCM CMC CEs only.
This Chair Rocks – A Manifesto Against Ageism with Author Ashton Applewhite
This recorded webinar was presented by Author and activist Ashton Applewhite. In this provocative, funny, and deeply informed look at the roots of ageism—in society and in our own age denial—Applewhite explains how it divides and diminishes us. Click here to learn more and to purchase. Note, eligible for 1.5 NACCM CMC CEs only.
Crip Camp & Disability Then and Now
This recorded webinar was presented by Abby Kovalsky, LCSW, and is a presentation that covers Netflix’s documentary entitled Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. The documentary follows the lives of several young campers with disabilities at Camp Jened in New York State who became leaders in the U.S. disability rights movements of the 1970s. Click here to learn more and to purchase. Note, this event is currently eligible for 1.5 NASW and NACCM CMC CEs. NASW CE valid through December 25, 2021.
NACCM Item Writing Webinar
Become a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and earn CEs for writing test questions. Watch the webinar to find out how.
NACCM CE WEBINAR SERIES – FIVE ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AREAS FOR CMCS
Five webinars taught by experts in the field of care management. While this series was originally created to prepare applicants for the NACCM certification exam it provides valuable information for any Aging Life Care Professional/Care Manager. Now available on demand, this series has been pre-approved by NACCM for a total of 5 Continuing Education (CE) Contact Hours*.
Candidates may sign up for the complete course or for individual sessions.
Webinar 1: Intake – Termination
Lisa Mayfield, MA, LMHC, GMHS, CMC
In day to day practice, care managers often take the clinical process for granted. This webinar is an opportunity to re-examine intake through termination. Review how and why screening potential clients for service fit is important. Walk through the elements of a comprehensive assessment and explore how best to identify client needs, goals, and preferences. The instructor will also discuss how to develop and implement person-centered goals and care plans. Finally, the session will conclude by sharing best practices for the termination of services when the work is complete.
Webinar 2: Entitlements, Benefits & Legal Issues
Deborah Liss Fins, LICSW, ACSW, CMC
Understanding and helping clients access entitlement programs and other benefits is essential when practicing as a care manager. This session provides an overview of Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security Disability, and Supplemental Security income. The instructor will also explain veterans’ pensions and Aid & Attendance. Finally, important estate planning tools will be reviewed.
Webinar 3: Aging & Dementia
Amy Abrams, MPH, MSW
This webinar focuses on the most common medical causes of dementia, how the condition is diagnosed and reviews both pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods of management of symptoms. The instructor will also review normal aging cognitive changes and discuss how to differentiate these changes from the symptoms of dementia. Care planning, managing difficult behaviors, and supporting caregivers in their roles will also be examined.
Webinar 4: Essential Practice Skills for Care Managers
Kate Granigan, MSW, LICSW, CASWCM
As a professional care manager, your job is on the front line and involves caring for vulnerable people who really need what you offer. This webinar will explore the roles, responsibilities, and practice techniques of care managers. Participants will examine clinical approaches/theories commonly used in practice such as strength-based, client-centered care, developmental stages, and family systems. Communication tools, including a review of Motivational Interviewing, will also be discussed. This session will wrap up by focusing on the nuts and bolts of effective cross-cultural practice.
Webinar 5: Ethics & Business Practices in Care Management
Harriette Grooh, PHD, CMC
In this webinar, participants will be guided through a review of the profession’s code of ethics and standards of practice. In clinical practice, there tend to be some basic ethical dilemmas that care managers face repeatedly. Yet, the solutions are always unique to the situation. Learn how to confidently approach and resolve ethical dilemmas when they arise. The instructor will distinguish between the role of consultation and supervision and demonstrate how utilizing both support systems helps promote thoughtful problem-solving and professional growth. Documentation of best practices will be discussed in this session. The webinar will conclude with a review of laws and business practices that are important for every care manager to understand.
$375 for the entire series. $85 per individual sessions.
*CEs may be used by currently certified care managers towards renewal and may not be used by applicants who plan to sit for the CMC exam.
Upcoming CMC CE Opportunities
Pandemic! Serve Clients, Preserve and Grow Your Practice
Approved for 1 CMC CE
Optimize Aging is offering the Older Adult Certificate Program for Community Providers. Click here for a list of upcoming Fall Webinars.