SFE is a national organisation which aims to support and make a difference to older and vulnerable people (those who may not be able bodied and/or who not have mental capacity i.e. they need help to make decisions or they can’t make decisions for themselves). They work with government and legal bodies to ensure member’s and those they represent voices are heard.
With life expectancy forever increasing and people living longer and longer these days, incidents of dementia, strokes and loss of mental capacity are on the rise. Here at Wolferstans, our SFE accredited team members are trained in older client care so that they are able to take into account any difficulties both mental and physical which can effect older and vulnerable clients, and are aware of health and social problems that people may face.
We are proud to announce that Rebecca Bawler in our Wills and Probate department recently became a full member of the Solicitors For Elderly (SFE) and is now the fourth member of our team to be rewarded with this accreditation, where she joins Gemma Smith and Laura Thompson. We have asked the team to answer a few questions: