Oct. 11 – LITTLE ROCK, AR CE Event (Live Webinar) – Ensuring Elder Justice

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About the program:

The evidence is overwhelming that health care practitioners (physicians, nurses, social workers), although aware of the issue of elder abuse, often find it difficult to explore suspected cases of abuse.


Please join the UAMS Arkansas Geriatric Education Collaborative (AGEC), a Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP) and the UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging for a FREE video teleconference for healthcare professionals, non-healthcare professionals, and other interested persons, regarding: Ensuring Elder Justice: Recognizing and Responding to Elder Abuse. Our speakers are Dr. Masil George and Leah Eisenberg, J. D., M. A. 

Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Location: 629 Jack Stephens Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72205 / Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium (ground floor), Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging

Three viewing options are available:
1) Attend the event in Little Rock at the address above
2) Watch from a computer via UAMS Blackboard Collaborate  CLICK HERE TO LIVE STREAM 

If you experience technical difficulties, first please verify you are using google chrome. If that doesn’t correct the issue, call Classroom Technology support at 686-5555. 

3) The Centers on Aging will host live stream/webinar rooms at their locations. VTC network is not available for this program; however, live stream should work for anyone with internet connection.

Location: Participants may view the conference on the UAMS Campus in the Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium at the Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging at 625 Jack Stephens Drive in Little Rock, Arkansas, via webinar on http://www.agec.org and at the Centers on Aging (COAs) located in: Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Springdale, Pine Bluff, Texarkana, Fort Smith and El Dorado.

MATERIALS and CE information: 

Program Flyer  Program Agenda

Powerpoint Handouts:  Part I – First Hour    Part II – Second Hour

CLICK HERE to access for CE documents and sign in sheets for all participants. 

ALL participants should complete sign in sheet in their applicable category. Includes students and paraprofessionals. 


Registration Information:

Registration is FREE but you still must register as we need to know how many people are coming to be able to accommodate seating. Seating is limited! Early registration is recommended!

To register, copy this link and place it in your browser: Eventbrite registration 

Little Rock attendees: 

Parking is available in Parking Deck 3, at the corner of 4th and Cedar Streets. Unfortunately, tickets are not validated.

Do I have to bring my ticket to the program?

Have questions?
Email us at agec@uams.edu.

Program Objectives: 

1. Recognize elder abuse in subtle forms of abuse inflicted on older adults. 2. Identify the usual perpetrators of elder/older abuse. 3. Discuss financial exploitation as a form of elder abuse.4. Explain the purpose of the Elder Justice Act and how the law applies to elderly adults who are mistreated or abused.