May 22, 2020 Learn more about the Commission's centers and featured projects

Projects & Centers

Assistance to lawyers, bar associations, and other groups working on issues of aging are one of the many ways we accomplish our work.

Assistance to lawyers, bar associations, and other groups working on issues of aging are one of the many ways we accomplish our work.

Centers

National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER)

The National Center on Law and Elder Rights  is a national support center for professionals in the fields of law and aging developed by the Administration on Aging. The NCLER provides expertise, training and technical assistance to professionals in the fields of law and aging.

The NCLER is led by Justice in Aging, with subcontracts for technical assistance, expert advice and training on specific issues with:

Featured Projects

Elder Abuse Fatality Review Teams

A 2017 grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, supported identification of and information collection from elder abuse fatality review teams, updates to the replication manual published in 2005, development of a dedicated webpage with additional resources, and an assessment of the impact of team participation upon members, their organizations, and their communities or state.

WINGS

Working Interdisciplinary Networks of Guardianship Stakeholders (WINGS) - a project to support court-led partnerships in states to drive changes in guardianship policy and practice.

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