"CAREGIVER TRAINING COALITION" PROGRAM
Janet Morris – Attorney and Director, Family Caregiver Project.
Los Angeles, CA, USA.
The "Caregiver Training Coalition" Program is a team made up of social services and law enforcement who support and assists caregivers and their loved ones. Each member of the organization educates and inform each other about their areas of specific expertise and other caregiver-related issues.
When caregivers need assistance with non-legal matters, the "Bet Tzedek" organization can provide referrals to organizations that will be able to help them and in turn partner organizations can refer clients with legal problems to "Bet Tzedek."
The "Caregiver Training Coalition" Program advocates and trains through presentations to seniors, family members, social workers, and others.
The list of partner members include:
-Adult Protective Services
-Alta Medical Health Services
-Alzheimer's Association – California Southland Chapter
-Asian Pacific Americna Legal Center
-Center for Health Care Rights
-County of Los Angeles Department of Mental Health – Office of the Public Guardian
-Jewish Family Services
-Little Tokyo Service Center
-Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center (LACRC)
-Los Angeles City Department of Aging
-Los Angeles County Department of Aging
-Los Angeles Department of Mental Health Genesis
-Memory and Aging Center at University of Southern California
-Olive View Medical Center Memory Disorder Clinic
-Partners in Care Foundation
-SCAN Independence at Home
-Stanley Mosk Superior Courthouse
-Veterans Affairs – Sepulveda Ambulatory Care Center
-Wise and Healthy Aging
The "Bet Tzedek" organization specializes in Elder Law and equal justice for all.
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Bet Tzedek also helps prevent elder abuse through other programs such as:
- "The Nursing Home Advocacy" Program
- "Legal Services for Seniors in Los Angeles" Program
- "Kinship Care Legal Assistance for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren" Program