United Nations Presentation: ELDERCARING COORDINATION: AN INTERGENERATIONAL MODEL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION

2018-08-08T14:13:48+00:00August 8th, 2018|Eldercaring Initiative, Elders, Newsletter|

United Nations Presentation in Honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: Focusing on Advancing Autonomy for Older Persons and Preventing Abuse and Neglect  by Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed., Judge Michelle Morley, Sue Bronson, LCSW It was an enormous honor to be at the United Nations for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day to talk about eldercaring coordination, [...]

OSCA FINAL FRIDAY FAMILY COURT COMMUNIQUE

2018-08-08T11:03:51+00:00August 8th, 2018|Eldercaring Initiative, Elders, Newsletter|

(JUNE 2018 EDITION) Eldercaring Coordination by Judge Michelle Morley – 5th Judicial Circuit Less than three years after the eight Florida Eldercaring Coordination Pilot Project Sites first launched, eldercaring coordination has now been recognized by the United Nations. On June 14, 2018, Linda Fieldstone and I, the co-chairs of the Florida Chapter of the Association [...]

Who Needs Eldercaring Coordination, Anyway?

2018-08-08T10:58:40+00:00August 8th, 2018|Eldercaring Initiative, Elders, Newsletter|

by Kim W. Torres and Cher Myers Eldercaring Coordination is a dispute resolution option developed specifically for high-conflict families that turn to the courts for resolutions related to the care and needs of an elder.  The family dynamics can be disruptive, harmful or damaging to the elder and the elder’s ability to receive care and [...]

ELDER JUSTICE INITIATIVE ON ELDERCARING COORDINATION 2018 THREE YEAR PROGRESS REPORT

2018-08-08T10:50:25+00:00August 8th, 2018|Eldercaring Initiative, Elders, Newsletter|

The ACR Elder Justice Initiative on Eldercaring Coordination (“Eldercaring Coordination Initiative”) wishes to commemorate the work of the Task Forces on Eldercaring Coordination with this three-year report of the progress made since the Eldercaring Coordination Guidelines were approved and adopted in 2015.  The purpose of this document is to remind the organizations who joined together [...]

Webinar: Eldercaring Coordination

2017-11-13T09:41:13+00:00November 13th, 2017|Elders|

December 12, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern Time Registration Opens November 15, 2017Eldercaring Coordination is a dispute resolution process, modeled after the concept of Parenting Coordination, for high conflict families regarding the care and safety of elders. Specially trained Eldercaring Coordinators (ECs) help manage high conflict family and interpersonal psychological dynamics so the elder, family and [...]

NEXT 10 TIPS: How Eldercaring Coordination Can Make a Difference with High Conflict Cases Regarding the Care and Safety of Elders

2017-08-16T09:18:55+00:00August 9th, 2017|Elders|

By Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed., Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator, Florida Qualified Parenting Coordinator, Past President, FLAFCC; Judge Michelle Morley, Circuit Judge, 5th Judicial Circuit; Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Esq., Board Certified Specialist in Marital & Family Law Partner, Brinkley Morgan Since the FLAFCC Task Force on Eldercaring Coordination approved Guidelines for Eldercaring Coordination in 2015, Florida [...]

TOP TEN Tips for Relating to Elders and Families in Conflict during Their “Gray” Years

2017-07-21T12:54:13+00:00July 13th, 2017|Elders|

The rate of late-in-life divorces has doubled in the past decade.  The golden years are now viewed as the “last opportunity” to find happiness.  The dramatic growing number of “grey-haired” divorces impacts how families look at their elders.  It affects family members at all levels, financially and emotionally.  The combination of limited income, financial needs, [...]