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Volume 41, Issue 4,March-April 2020. In this issue: Using technology to track and manage guardians in Pennsylvania; the nation's nursing homes close their doors to visitors and cancel communal dining, potentially exacerbating feelings of isolation among vulnerable elders; the challenges of seeking civil recovery in elder financial abuse cases; what to do when nursing homes deny care; speaking for the dying and advance directives, and more.

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As the coronavirus pandemic threatens the U.S., the elder law community must adapt its practices to serve older adults who are now sheltering in place.


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