The Virginia Guardianship Association’s mission is to provide for the exchange of ideas, education, and communication among groups and individuals in providing or furthering guardianship services or alternative protective services to vulnerable persons who are elderly, who have mental illness, who have a developmental disability, or who are otherwise at risk.
2014 Joint Conference on Adult Guardianship and Elder Rights
Inherent Tension and Challenges in Adult Guardianship
Thursday, July 24, 2014
The Westin Richmond
This conference is designed for professionals involved in providing or furthering guardianship services or alternative protective services to vulnerable adults.
We wish to thank the following for their generous sponsorship of the 2014 conference:
Carrell Blanton Ferris and Associates, PLC
Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
Thompson McMullan, P.C.
Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Family Service of Roanoke Valley
Friend of VGA
Hook Law Center
IKOR of the Greater DC Area
Jewish Family Services of Richmond
Jewish Family Service of Tidewater
Mountain Empire Older Citizens
Senior Connections/Capital Area Agency on Aging
Virginia Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute
The Office of the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia approved the conference for 4.50 CLE credits for qualified guardians ad litem for adults. The Virginia State Bar MCLE Board approved the conference for 3.0 credit hours. NASW-Virginia Chapter approved the conference for 4.25 Category 1 Contact Hours for Social Workers.