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Appendix C: Public Workshop Agendas
Pages 295-300

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From page 295...
... What Caregivers Want and Need – Kathy Kelly – •  Executive Director, National Center on Caregiving, Family Caregiver Alliance 295
From page 296...
... Tan – Medical Director, University of California, Los Angeles' Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program; Associate Professor, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA Q & A/Discussion 10:35 AM Panel 3: Selected Legal Issues in Family Caregiving  Moderator: Charlie Sabatino – Director, American Bar Association, Commission on Law and Aging Objective – To learn about selected legal issues that affect family caregivers.
From page 297...
... APPENDIX C 297 Family Responsibility Discrimination in the Workplace – •  Cynthia Calvert – Founder and Principal, WORKFORCE 21C; Senior Counsel, WorkLife Law Surrogate Decision Making – Nina Kohn – Professor of •  Law, Syracuse University College of Law; Member of American Bar Association Surrogate Decision-Making Committee and Chair, ABA Elder Rights Committee • Elder Abuse – Marie-Therese Connolly – Director, Life Long Justice; Senior Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Q & A/Discussion 11:45 AM Closing Remarks – Richard Schulz, Co-Chair, Committee on Family Caregiving for Older Adults 12:00 PM ADJOURN COMMITTEE ON FAMILY CAREGIVING FOR OLDER ADULTS The Diverse World of Family Caregiving April 17, 2015 The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center of The National Academies 100 Academy Drive Irvine, CA 92617 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductory Remarks – Richard Schulz Co-Chair, Committee on Family Caregiving for Older Adults 8:35 AM Panel 1: Changing Faces in America: Implications for Older Adults and Their Families  Moderator: Ladson Hinton – Geriatric Psychiatrist and Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Davis Objective – To learn about trends in the makeup of the U.S. population and their implications for family caregiving, and how to respond to an increasingly diverse, aging population.
From page 298...
... Providing Caregiver Support Services to Diverse •  Populations in Los Angeles o  Laura Trejo – General Manager, Los Angeles Department of Aging Providing Caregiver Support Services to Asian and •  Pacific Islander American Families o  Yee – Chief Executive Officer, Asian Donna L Community Center
From page 299...
... Family Caregiving from a Man's Perspective •  o  Greene – Family Caregiver Winston Providing Caregiver Support Services in Rural Areas •  o  – Caregiver Specialist, Georgia Division of Cliff Burt Aging Services LGBT Family Caregiving Experiences and Supportive •  Service Needs o Karen Fredriksen-Goldsen – Professor and Director, Hartford Center of Excellence, University of Washington School of Social Work Q & A/Discussion 11:55 AM Closing Remarks – Ladson Hinton 12:00 PM ADJOURN

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