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Elder Legal Services Presentations

Elder Legal Answers Your Questions On ...

Camarillo Health Care District will continue its "Elder Legal Answers Your Questions On ..." series March 25. The topic is to be determined.

The series kicked off last spring. Another is planned for April 22.

February's topic was conservatorship and included a panal discussion. 

The talks are held noon to 1:30 p.m. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. and the series is held on Camarillo Health Care District's campus, 3639 E. Las Posas Road, in the Sequoia Rooms, Building F.

The series led with "Fraud, Financial Abuse and Signs of Domestic Abuse" in April 2023, followed on  May 15 with "What Happens if I Don't Die: Legal Planning for Incapacity," June 17 with "What You Need to Know When Hiring a Caregiver Privately," July 17 with  "Understanding and Addressing Elder Abuse," Aug. 21 with "Nursing Homes: What You Need to Know," Sept. 18 with "Does My Parent Have Dementia? Understanding Declining Capacity and Conservatorship, Oct. 16 with "Someone Died. What Now?;  Nov. 13 was "Knowing and Accessing Your VA Benefits and Dec. 11 was "Do You Know Your Housing Rights?"

If you missed any of these presentations, check out the videos below.

Attorneys who are part of the Elder Legal Services volunteer team are involved in presenting the topics.

The series is recommended for older adults and their children.

The District is pleased to be working with the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAAA) through the Older Adult Recovery & Resilience (OARR) program to offer this series. 

Grant funding has helped to expand legal services and education to assist older adults, and older adults with disabilities with a variety of legal problems and concerns, including elder fraud and scams, elder abuse, advance directives, hiring an in-home caregiver, housing rights and general public benefits, estate planning, conservatorship and capacity, nursing home issues, and other legal matters impacting these populations. 

Register to attend by calling 805-388-1952.

Fraud, Financial Abuse, Signs of Domestic Abuse.pdf
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