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How to Find and Use a Care Manager, The Boomer's Guide to Aging Parents, Vol. 5 (The Boomers Guide To Aging Parents)
How to Find and Use a Care Manager, The Boomer's Guide to Aging Parents, Vol. 5 (The Boomers Guide To Aging Parents)
This minibook provides an explanation of a source of help many people don’t know about. It is especially useful for any adult child who lives at a distance from aging parents. It tells you what a care manager can and can’t do, and explains how to find the right one for your parent’s needs.

Author, Carolyn L.Rosenblatt, is a registered nurse and an attorney with over 40 years of combined experience in her two professions. She is a consultant and mediator with a practice in San Rafael, California.

Many people do not know that geriatric care managers even exist. This is an emerging workforce of people who are in the business of helping aging loved ones and helping you to properly manage them. While care managers can be a valuable resource for you, especially if you live at a distance from aging parents, the consumer must be informed before hiring one. There are no regulations of this group from any state or federal government, and this can create a problem of expectations on the part of the consumer of services. This short book will educate you about what a care manager can do for you, how to find the best one to meet your loved one’s needs, and how you can make good use of a competent care manager’s services. A care manager’s help for a family with an elder can be invaluable. Learn how to decide if spending money to get this kind of help is right for you. The appendix contains a list of sample interview questions to assist you, if you have never hired someone to help with your aging parent in the past. Find everything you need summarized in Seven Tips for Finding and Using a Professional Geriatric Care Manager.

This minibook provides an explanation of a source of help many people don’t know about. It is especially useful for any adult child who lives at a distance from aging parents. It tells you what a care manager can and can’t do, and explains how to find the right one for your parent’s needs.

Author, Carolyn L.Rosenblatt, is a registered nurse and an attorney with over 40 years of combined experience in her two professions. She is a consultant and mediator with a practice in San Rafael, California.

Many people do not know that geriatric care managers even exist. This is an emerging workforce of people who are in the business of helping aging loved ones and helping you to properly manage them. While care managers can be a valuable resource for you, especially if you live at a distance from aging parents, the consumer must be informed before hiring one. There are no regulations of this group from any state or federal government, and this can create a problem of expectations on the part of the consumer of services. This short book will educate you about what a care manager can do for you, how to find the best one to meet your loved one’s needs, and how you can make good use of a competent care manager’s services. A care manager’s help for a family with an elder can be invaluable. Learn how to decide if spending money to get this kind of help is right for you. The appendix contains a list of sample interview questions to assist you, if you have never hired someone to help with your aging parent in the past. Find everything you need summarized in Seven Tips for Finding and Using a Professional Geriatric Care Manager.

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Save This House!!!
Save This House!!!
Local preservation groups are in a battle to save the Baker House. Investors purchased the house and 10.7 acres through a bankruptcy auction. The investors want to tear down the house, sell the timber, and have it rezoned to commercial for a shopping center. Local preservationists have looked at the house and consider it to be very restorable. Local preservation groups (Sparta Hancock Preservation Commission, the Sparta Historical Society, Piedmont Scenic By-Way) are fighting back but lack the resources. They proved that the rezoning was fraught with errors and the property should have never been rezoned. The judge is trying to help the preservation groups but dismissed the case with prejudice (because the Piedmont Scenic Byway is incorporated and requires an attorney) but suggested that the groups find an attorney to refile. The judge knows the zoning is faulty. The groups are looking for an attorney but lack the resources and need help. “I feel that if we don't save this one, a terrible precedent is set for the rest of our properties” - Sistie Hudson, State Rep, Dist. 95. Please contact Mrs. Hudson, one of the groups above, or myself if anyone can help save this house.
Jackson Hts Indian Merchants Association could not find an Indian Attorney in New York City!
Jackson Hts Indian Merchants Association could not find an Indian Attorney in New York City!
It is very strange that Jackson Heights Indian Merchant Association could not find any Indian attorney in Jackson Heights or New York City or surrounding areas. As far as my knowledge goes there are large numbers of 1st generation as well as 2nd generation (Those who are born in USA) INDIAN Attorneys practicing law in Jackson Hts, NYC, LIC & surrounding areas. May be it is our fascination with white skin which stops us from hiring an Indian attorney even if they are US born! May be Slavery is still in our blood? STEVE COHEN IS THE ATTORNEY FOR THE ASSOCIATION.

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Legal Research: How to Find & Understand the Law
Legal research made simple!

If you're searching for information in a real or virtual law library as a paralegal, law student, legal assistant, journalist, or lay person, finding and accessing the laws that you need to read can be a challenge. Turn to Legal Research, which outlines a systematic method to find answers and get results.

In plain, readable English, Attorneys Elias and Levinkind explain, with plenty of examples and instructions, how to:


read and understand statues, regulations and cases

evaluate cases for their value as precedent

use all the basic tools of legal research

practice what you've learned with "hands-on, feet-in" library exercises, as well as hypothetical research problems
and solutions

This easy-to-use and understand book has been adopted as a text in many law schools and paralegal programs. The 15th edition has been condensed to be more readable and includes an expanded discussion on the use of legal research tools on the web.

If you take it step by step, the United States legal system is not nearly as intimidating as it is reputed to be. With a little expert guidance from a couple of attorneys (Stephen Elias and Susan Levinkind), you can learn what's in a law library and how to use it, how to seek and understand statutes, regulations, and cases, how to explore online resources, practice your legal skills in the library, and even write a reputable legal memorandum. It's not as easy nor as immediately gratifying as buying an ice-cream cone, but with a modicum of patience, dedication and average smarts, you can research and understand the law without years of legal training and without emptying your bank account onto some lawyer's shiny desk.
The text is approachable and easy to read. The authors' sensible approach takes the fear out of entering a law library, reassuring you that you needn't be a lawyer to be there and that the librarians are generally eager to please. By helping you formulate your legal questions (is the issue federal or state, civil or criminal, procedural or substantive?), narrowing your focus through legal indexes, and pursuing the appropriate resources, statutory laws, and relevant cases, the authors bring clarity and structure to the task. Nolo Press is famous for stripping the law of its daunting armor and making it accessible to the interested layperson. This guide to legal research is up to the usual high Nolo Press standards. It's a great boon to those who want to check out the law for themselves. --Stephanie Gold

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