The National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER) provides the legal services and aging and disability communities with the tools and resources they need to serve older adults with the greatest economic and social needs. A centralized, one-stop-shop for legal assistance, NCLER provides Legal Training, Case Consultations, and Technical Assistance on Legal Systems Development. Justice in Aging administers NCLER through a contract with the Administration for Community Living’s Administration on Aging.
COVID-19 Resource page: https://ncler.acl.gov/Resources/COVID-19-Resources.aspx
NCLER provides free case consultation assistance for attorneys and professionals seeking more information to help older adults. Topics can include: Advance Planning, Elder Abuse, Guardianship, Health/LTSS, Economic Security, Supported Decision-Making, Consumer Protection, and Housing.
NCLER does not provide direct legal assistance to individuals. Our case consultation service is available to legal services and aging network professionals.
Request a case consultation at: https://ncler.acl.gov/Case-Consultations.aspx