Power of Attorney 101: The Key Info Everyone Needs to Know About Mental Capacity and POA’s
EAPO in collaboration with Peterborough Elder Abuse Prevention Network host an educational webinar on Powers of Attorney.
Keynote speaker, Laura Tamblyn Watts, CEO of CanAge provided information on how to be a POA, navigating the difficult waters of mental capacity and advanced care planning.
Other presenters included Detective Jennie Fitzsimmons, Domestic Violence Coordinator, Elder Abuse Investigator & Vulnerable Persons, Peterborough Police Service who addressed the police role in responding the cases of elder abuse and Raeann Rideout, Director of Partnerships & Outreach, EAPO who addresses provincial support services for seniors at risk of abuse.
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