Dr. Cheryl Woodson

He Did What?- The Impaired Client or Worker

I don't want to seeDr. Woodson reviews strategies to develop and employee evaluation and assistance protocols, especially for clients and employees who seem to have memory loss.

What do you do if you are a financial advisor and Mr. Long-term Client wants to purchase $80K worth of peanuts? What if Ms. Top-notch Manager makes unusual errors, exhibits erratic, or strange behavior? Both people are adults; neither has been deemed incompetent, nor given permission to contact family members, BUT Mr. Client’s family could sue if you allow him to squander their inheritance. Ms. Manager could file EEO complaints. There are strategies for general performance evaluation and for partnering with community aging services to bring fair, impartial assessment, information and assistance without violating privacy, or other rights.

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