Monthly Archives: September 2013

When A Family Member Serves As Trustee (Part II): The Devil Is In The Details

2019-07-01T17:12:05+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment's author is Edward V. Wilcenski, Esq., a founding partner of the law firm of Wilcenski & Pleat PLLC in Clifton Park, New York (www.wplawny.com). He practices in the areas of special needs planning, elder law and trust and estate planning and administration. A member and past president of the Special Needs Alliance, Ed writes and lectures frequently on issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.

When A Family Member Serves As Trustee (Part II): The Devil Is In The Details2019-07-01T17:12:05+00:00

The Do’s and Don’ts When Hiring an Employee with Special Needs

2019-07-01T14:04:33+00:00

By Amy Goodman, Co-Director, Autism Now The topic of hiring an employee with special needs is important because employers need to know how to be more open- minded and sensitive to the needs of those who may be different. It is important for employers to be considerate of employees' needs in that they do not [...]

The Do’s and Don’ts When Hiring an Employee with Special Needs2019-07-01T14:04:33+00:00

Not Accepting “No”: Tips on Advocating Change

2019-07-02T14:46:40+00:00

By Jim Caffry, Waterbury, Vermont Government transparency -or the lack of it- is much in the news, and it's a concept to bear in mind as you advocate on behalf of a loved one with special needs. All of us have been frustrated at one time or another by bureaucracies that don't offer good reasons [...]

Not Accepting “No”: Tips on Advocating Change2019-07-02T14:46:40+00:00

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