Presented by Judy M. Beranger
March 31, 2021, 2:00 – 3:30 PM Eastern
(1.5 hours credit towards FMC Elder Mediator Certification)
Would you like to support aging families by encouraging and guiding conversations regarding health, family relationships, aging respectfully, and maintaining visibility and independence? Can we assist them in re-imagining and actioning a life that nurtures optimal health?
The importance of aspiring to a national/international Elder Mediation standard promotes competency for Elder Mediators. It affirms to the public that they have deepened their sensitivities and knowledge in this important field. FMC Certified Elder Mediators grow their commitment and skills to work professionally and ethically in this developing field of practice. Holding certification heightens dedication to ongoing learning and training. Due to FMC’s strong partnership with the Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN), recipients are automatically added to the EMIN international roster.
Topics covered will include:
- Special emphasis on safeguarding vulnerable adults, elder abuse, and ageism
- Misconceptions on health and aging
- Review education and experience required for Elder Mediation Certification
- Review & explanation of certification requirement levels
- Consideration of applicant’s prior learning and experience
- Who is best suited to guide the Elder Mediation process?
Judy M. Beranger is an International trainer, bestselling author, guest lecturer and certified Family Mediation Canada (FMC) Family Comprehensive Mediator and Elder Mediator. She pioneered training for Elder Mediators in 1994 and was hired to oversee the development of international certification program as well as a Code of Conduct for those mediating age-related issues.
Judy is Chair of Summits for the Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN) and has led 9 World Summits on Elder Mediation. She is the President of Family Mediation Canada and a Past Chair of EMIN. She has been involved in several research initiatives on Elder Mediation and led a community-based research project to inform the practice of Elder Mediation in Atlantic Canada. She was part of the development of the soon to be released Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults document for EMIN.
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