Advantages of Geriatic Assessment Linked to Capacity Declaration Evaluation

Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: University of Redlands, University Club, 1200 Colton Avenue, Redlands, CA 92374
Speaker: John Franklin Randolf, M.D.

Announcing the first meeting for 2010-2011 Year

Should an Estate Planner execute an estate plan for a person who may not have sufficient capacity? 

How would an estate planning professional know whether the client has capacity?

What is capacity?  Who decides?  How is it measured?

John Franklin Randolf, M.D. is chair of the Geriatric Medicine Section at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. He has been an Elder Abuse Advocacy consultant for 10 years. He has taken leadership positions and served in a large number of local and state  medical and geriatric related organizations.

MENU is a buffet

with Pasta, roasted chicken with yams, walnuts, broccoli and parmesan cheese sauce

Four cheese ravioli with diced mushrooms, peppers, zucchine, roasted pomodoro sauce and pecorino cheese. Garden vegetable antipasto, ceasar salad, tomato and fress mozzarella salad and frest fruit salad.

Dessert:  Cheesecake with two toppings, strawberries and Carmel Pecan sauce.

 John Franklin Randolf, M.D.                                            

EDUCATION                                    University of California; Davis, California
B.S. Degree, Biochemistry, June 1974
                        University of California, San Diego
M.D. Degree, June 1981
INTERNSHIP                        San Bernardino County Medical Center
RESIDENCY                                    Family Medicine Residency (1981-1984)
FELLOWSHIP                      Geriatrics/Family Medicine (1984-85)
LICENSURE                         M.D., State of California, 1982-current
BOARD CERTIFICATION Family Medicine       1984
Re-certification         1991, 1998, 2005
Geriatric Medicine    1988
Recertification          1998, 2008
OTHER                                  American Medical Director’s Association
Medical Director Certification 1994, 1999, 2005
President San Bernardino County Medical Society 2002-2003
President, California Association of Medical Directors 1997-1999
Board member, CA Assoc Long Term Care Medicine-current
Past President, San Bdno-Riverside Chapter CA Association of Fam Phys 1991-92
Secretary San Bernardino County Sheriff Medical Reserve Unit-2007-2009; Ex-Officio Member, Executive Planning Committee, 2009-
San Bernardino County Medical Society/California Medical Association since 1981
California Association of Medical Directors/Long Term Care Medicine since 1985
American Academy of Family Physicians since 1982
American Geriatric Society since 1985
California Academy of Family Physicians since 1982
American Medical Directors Association since 1992
Member, Elder Abuse Forensic Instrument Development Task Force (CA Office of Criminal Justice Planning-California Medical Training Center 2003-2004)
Member, San Bernardino County Multidisciplinary Teams for Dependent Adult and Elder Abuse (Adult Protective Services; District Attorney, Elder Abuse Death Review Team, Public Guardian)
Consultant, San Bernardino County Adult Protective Services since 2002
Consultant, Riverside and San Bernardino County District Attorney, from 2002
Member, C.A.R.E. Team (Multi-Agency Elder Abuse MDT) Riverside County, 2003-8
Consultant, California Department of Justice (Agreement 03-223U) from 2003
Member, California Medical Association State Capacity Declaration-Liaison to State Judicial Council Working Group-formed November 2009.
1) Civil Actions; Elder abuse/Probate (Counties of San Bernardino, L.A., Riverside).
2) Criminal Actions-Elder Abuse (Neglect, Fiduciary Abuse, Attempted Murder); Counties of Riverside, San Bernardino).

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