Monthly Archives: November 2012

Alzheimer’s Alters Family Roles

2019-06-26T11:03:14+00:00

By Leonard Berg, Esq. Alzheimer's is a disease that affects the entire family in major ways, but given that its onset is often gradual, there are opportunities to make adjustments that may reduce the turmoil. The early stages, before severe dementia intervenes, are a time to understand your loved one's wishes and to begin organizing [...]

Alzheimer’s Alters Family Roles2019-06-26T11:03:14+00:00

SSI Overpayments: How Does It Happen and What Can One Do?

2019-08-26T19:29:10+00:00

This issue of The Voice was written by Special Needs Alliance member Tara Anne Pleat, a founding partner of the law firm of Wilcenski & Pleat PLLC in Clifton Park, New York. She practices in the areas of Special Needs Planning, Elder Law, and Trust and Estate Planning and Administration. Tara writes and lectures frequently on issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.

SSI Overpayments: How Does It Happen and What Can One Do?2019-08-26T19:29:10+00:00

Don’t Forget Living Space Adaptations When Planning for Special Needs

2019-07-02T14:22:11+00:00

By Karen Kirks Alexander, AIA President, KKA Architecture, PA As families and their attorneys plan for the special needs of their loved ones, critical health care is always rightfully at the top of the list of concerns. However, the family and a team of professionals, including attorney, financial planner, life coach and specialized architect, should [...]

Don’t Forget Living Space Adaptations When Planning for Special Needs2019-07-02T14:22:11+00:00

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