Learning & events
On demand | Webinar | Elder mediation in the retirement village context
with Dale Bagshaw, Margaret Halsmith and Anet Kate
On demand | Online
Very interesting, very relevant for any elder interaction. Thank you!
The first in a series on elder mediation run in association with EMAN (Elder Medation Australasian Network), includes three presenters who first of all briefly defined elder mediation and how it differs from other forms of mediation, then discussed the nature of mediation in the retirement village context, the issues and challenges that elder mediators face and the value of having specific training and certification as an elder mediator in this context.
About the speakers
Dr Dale Bagshaw
Dale is a nationally accredited mediator and an internationally certified elder mediator with EMIN. In 2013, she initiated and now Chairs the Elder Mediation Australasian Network (EMAN), is a Board member of the Elder Mediation International Network (EMIN) and a longstanding Member of the SA Health Department’s ‘Safeguarding the Rights on Older Adults’ Steering Committee.
Margaret has been mediating full time and teaching at universities as well as providing training and professional clinical supervision for over 25 years. She was the Chair of the Board of Resolution Institute from 2007 – 2017 and was on the Board from 2004. Margaret has Resolution Institute Advanced Mediation Accreditation, NMAS Accreditation and Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner Accreditation.
Halsmith Dispute Resolution, her dispute resolution and professional development practice spans workplace, business-to business, interpersonal and family settings is described at hdr.net.au, her blog is Mediation Musings and her Twitter handle is @HalsmithDisRes.
Margaret is a member of the inaugural board of EMAN (Elder Mediation Australasian Network) and is a finalist in the Australasian Law Awards in the Mediator of the Year Award
Since 1990 Anet has mediated, coached, lectured (AUT, AU) in public, private, and community areas. Qualifications: politics, law, and conflict resolution.
Professional focus: Mindful-Transformative methods of bringing peace to conflict.
Specialist fields: Mediating in the shadow of the law, elder (including testamentary & succession planning), construction, mediation in secondary schools & universities, ethnic community mediation & facilitation, Accident Compensation Corporation, Health, Disability, and Family Law (relationship property, generational, EIP, and FDR disputes)..
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