There is a fascinating tool with county level data created by the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), that you can find here. 

Share this with the others at your organization who might find it useful and let me know ways that you use it by emailing me at

Florida Elder Justice Conference

This one and a half day event (beginning midday on April 11, 2019), is intended for legal aid & legal services advocates, staff from the Aging & Disability Resource Centers, and pro bono attorneys.

There will be a range of trainings on the intersecting consumer, health, and housing legal issues impacting vulnerable low income seniors. In addition to training on the relevant law, the sessions will include an opportunity for discussing “best practices” in Florida and elsewhere for implementing strategic outreach and effective advocacy.

More information on agenda, speakers, scholarships and CLEs will be provided in the New Year.


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Attention Food Stamp Advocates:

There is a new Google Group discussion that has been started for Florida Food Stamp Advocates.  Just click on the link to go to the page and join in the conversation.

The Florida Justice Institute has republished the Sixth Edition of the Older Floridians Handbook:  Laws and Programs Affecting Older Floridians.

You can find the handbook by visiting the FJI website. 

Are you an advocate who wishes to better serve Medicaid and low income Medicare beneficiaries and applicants, as well as other low income uninsured Floridians? 

Consider joining the Health and Senior Law practice area of FLAdvocate by clicking here.

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Florida RA Manual for Advocates (2014)

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