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Webinar: Programs to Help Lawyers Who Are Caring For Elders

More than 29 million employed Americans are involved in caring for an aging relative or friend. The number of employed caregivers will only increase as the population continues to age - people over 85 are the largest growing sector of the population.

Thirty-seven percent of executive and professional women who are caregivers voluntarily leave their careers for some period of time to care for elders.

Given these trends, law firms need to develop programs to manage the impact of an aging population on their workforce -- or risk losing valued professionals as an increasing number of attorneys struggle to balance work and caregiver responsibilities.

In this 60-minute webcast scheduled for Thursday, November 16, 2006 at 12:30 PM EST, eldercare expert and author Dr. Roberta Satow will review the issues confronting attorney caregivers and identify programs that law firms can implement to provide support to these attorneys, including:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Counseling
  • Advocacy resources
  • Flexible work options

Click here to register now!

Registration Fee:

"Early Bird" Registration: $125 USD per location (for registrations on or before November 10, 2006)
Regular Registration: $250 USD per location (for registrations after November 10, 2006)

Click here to register.

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