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Home of the Akamai Kupuna
-- Wise Older Person

Prepare for the Worst and Expect the Best!

 

UHELP presents

 

 SURROGATES:

Decision-making, Discharge Planning and Application for Long-term Care Benefits for Adults, Including Those Whoe Lack Capacity

 

 

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018

3:00pm

 

Moderator: Professor James H. Pietsch

 

CEU/CLE credits pending

 

Moot Court Room
Free Seminar. RSVP

 

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 "Surrogate Decision Making"

 

Coming in April 2018

 

Who can make health care decisions for an individual no longer capable of making decisions, has no designated health care agent and has no guardian?

 

Historically, health care providers have turned to family members to provide informed consent in these situations.

 

Since 1999, Hawai`i’s UHCDA has provided a mechanism for surrogates to make decisions for incapacitated individuals. Come and find out what the law says.

 

Chances Are...

 

 

A Caregiver's Legal Planner Including Forms, Checklists and a Kokua Packet

 

Available at the City and County of Honolulu Elderly Affairs Division

 

Call 768-7700

 

This publication was funded through

the Older Americans Act, Revised

May 2006 as administered by the

Elderly Affairs Division, City and County of Honolulu

 

2017

 

UHELP

 

Helping Hawai‘i’s Elders Prepare for the Worst and Expect the Best.

 
 

Welcome to the University of Hawai'i Elder Law Program

 

At the William S. Richardson School of Law

Celebrating Over 25 Years of Service to the University and to the Community

 

UHELP is an integral part of the WIlliam S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. We play a vital role in educating students and in serving the community. Our goal is to enhance, protect and preserve the  autonomy and  independence of older persons through education, training and direct  legal services. UHELP places particular emphasis on assisting socially and economically needy older persons and their caregivers.

 
 
 

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