WHAT IS ELDER MEDIATION?
The term “Elder Mediation” generally refers to mediation of matters relating to care or financial decisions of a vulnerable adult. When families have disagreement concerning care for a person who has diminished capacity to make decisions or to care for themselves, a specially trained mediator is needed. Like all mediation, key goals are to facilitate communication, to reduce barriers to agreement, and to empower the parties to make good decisions that reflect their shared values and ideals.
"Kosmos is a journal for the New Civilization, integrating spirit with nature for the global common good. Kosmos Journal publishes the voices of leading edge, visionary thinkers and actors in building the emerging global culture."
I'm proud to say that they published my article in the November issue. Here is a link.
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I've managed to write several other pieces while I have been housesitting in San Clemente for a few weeks. Our first teams of Page Editors have started on their topics. I also managed to meet several SoCal lawyers and to visit California Western School of Law while I was in the neighborhood.
I'm off to Silicon Valley on Saturday morning for some important meetings about our future as a movement. I hope to have some good news to share soon.
Eileen Barker is hosting a gathering in San Rafael on Tuesday night, November 5. If you're in the area, let me know and I'll send details.
Then I am aiming the Tardis (my pet name for my blue Honda) toward the East. Lots of stops on the way: Palm Springs, Phoenix, Sedona, Albuquerque, Taos, Dallas, New Orleans. Are you on my route? The Tardis is going to live with my daughter for a few months while I go back to South Africa and Europe. I'm coming back to the US for a program at Omega Institute over July 4 weekend, if not before.
As always, sending love!