September 28th, 2017

9:30 am to 5:00 pm

@ Keller Williams Premier Partners

2211 E. Mill plain blvd


"Overview of Medicaid"

Topics include:
(a) Assessments- who does them, what they look for, what is their function
(b) Overview of Medicaid programs and what they cover, who does that job within the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)
(c) Applying for Medicaid- qualifications and application process
(d) After qualification is completed- working with DSHS, changes in circumstances, re-assessment, eligibility review

No credits: $25.00
CE or CLE Credits: $50.00
*Lunch and snacks will be served

For the application or to learn about scholarship opportunities, please email

Monday, November 6, 2017

7:30 am- 12 pm

@ PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center

The Friends of the Elder Justice Center and the Clark County Elder Justice Center in partnership with PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center present their 2017 conference on vulnerable adult abuse entitled "Back to Basics."

The conference will focus on what vulnerable adult abuse is, why it happens, how to report it and how we can work together as a community to prevent it.

Seating is FREE-- but limited!


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Working with YOU so that, together, we can ensure healthier futures for Southwest Washington's seniors.

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Helping professionals, organizations, & community members develop the skills to identify, address, and prevent elder abuse and neglect.

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Connecting elders and caregivers to trusted service providers in the Southwest Washington community.

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