Introducing Elder Mediation: Characteristics and Nuances
In this training course Later Life Mediation presenters will highlight some of the
complexities involved in mediating age-related issues in adult families.
Who is this course for?
Accredited mediators who want to inform themselves about the characteristic and
nuances of Elder Mediation. Hours will be recognised for EMIN accreditation.
The Emergence of Elder Mediation internationally and in Ireland
Case Studies revealing the specifics of Elder Mediation
Introduction to the characteristics and nuances of Elder Mediation
( including reference to Dementia, Capacity, Legal issues, Elder Abuse, Bereavement,
Grief and Loss, the dynamics of ageing and intergenerational dynamics, Ageism)
Transfer of learning through skills practice
Participants will gain an insight into:
the specific knowledge and skills required to function as an Elder Mediator
the benefits of Elder Mediation to adult families
challenges encountered by presenters in their own cases.
Inputs from facilitators, DVD extracts, small group work and role play.
The course will be interactive and will allow time for discussion and questions.
100 euro per day per participant