Elder law materials cover such topics as capacity assessment, dispute resolution and mediation, elder abuse, health care decision-making, and guardianship and supported decision-making. These materials support attorneys in helping their aging clients secure legal rights, dignity, autonomy, quality of life and quality of care. These materials can also be used by other professionals who work with elderly clients, and by the general public who are planning either for themselves, or their loved ones.
This LibGuide lists Elder Law books available at the George W. Hopper Law Library, as well as relevant organizations and Web resources. If you are interested in borrowing one of the books listed below, please contact the library at email@example.com.
This collection was funded in part by a grant from the Wyoming Center on Aging and The Ellbogen Fund for Excellence in Geriatrics.
These books are located at the George W. Hopper Law Library. If you are interested in borrowing a book, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These organizations are involved in elder law issues. Most of them offer abundant resources available to assist both attorneys, other professionals, and the public.
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