Elder Mediation – You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know. Sensitivities – Part 2 of 5

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SENSITIVITIES: can shape how people view and manage conflict. Being aware and empathetic during times when people are in conflict or having difficult conversations is central to a successful outcome.  I guess I should start by apologizing for the delay in posting Part 2. Having a busy and thriving mediation practice is amazing and I’m so

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Elder Mediation – You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know. Family – Part 1 of 5

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Hi, my name is Julie Gill and I’m a mediator. (You can picture me standing in a room during at a support meeting can’t you? haha)  I run a private practice called Families First Mediation. Each day I go to my office and think – How will I build my mediation empire? Mediators can help

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Family Fight Over Elder Care

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Yesterday I read an article published by the Toronto Star (you can read the whole article below) about a family that is in conflict with each other and a government agency about the care of a person. Mom is 91 and is living with Alzheimer’s. Dad is 83 and able to care for mom with some help.

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