Developed by the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Floria Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and the Elder Justice Initiative on Eldercaring Coordination, this website provides a wide breadth of information on eldercaring coordination. Eldercaring coordination is a court-ordered dispute resolution process during which an eldercaring coordinator assists families to resolve disputes with high conflict levels that impact an elder's autonomy and safety.
Highlights of some of the information included on this website are:
- Information on how court and ADR professionals can initiate an eldercaring coordination court program and a list of available eldercaring programs (currently available in California, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, and Ohio).
- A collection of eldercaring coordination resources and answers to frequently asked questions about what eldercaring coordination is, who is an eldercaring coordinator and what qualifications do they have, and how families pay for eldercaring coordination.