Elder Law Lesson Module

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This lesson module is for teaching newcomers about laws relating to older people in British Columbia.

Reading material

The learner should read the section Older People and Elder Law from the Learning about the Law Wikibook produced by People's Law School.

Instructional packages

Elder Law Instructional Package: Protecting Yourself and Your Money, CLB 4 level: Instructional package on how older people can protect themselves from identity theft and fraud, including activities, worksheets, and self-assessment tool:

Elder Law Instructional Package: Power of Attorney, CLB 5-6 level: Instructional package on powers of attorney, including activities, worksheets, and self-assessment tool:

Quiz

Invite the learner to try a short Elder Law Quiz (optional).

Media resources

When I'm 64 - Scams
When I'm 64 - Power of Attorney
This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. Last reviewed for legal accuracy by People's Law School, 2014.



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