Monthly Archives: December 2015

Pairing Advance Directives with Supported Decision-Making

2019-08-26T19:24:29+00:00

By Michael A. Kirtland, Esq. When a young person reaches the age of 18 (19 or 21 in certain states), they are legally considered an adult. For many it's an exciting threshold, full of promise. Still, they may face medical, financial and educational decisions which could benefit from the advice and assistance of others. Unless [...]

Pairing Advance Directives with Supported Decision-Making2019-08-26T19:24:29+00:00

Celebrating the Holidays When a Child Has Special Needs

2019-06-25T12:42:32+00:00

By Jo-Anne Herina Jeffreys, CELA Holiday crowds, twinkling lights and unfamiliar scents can confuse and even frighten a child with disabilities. The season’s disruptions can be particularly painful for those who don’t handle change well. But with a little planning, you can contain the stress. Prepare Your Child Preparing your child in advance by revisiting [...]

Celebrating the Holidays When a Child Has Special Needs2019-06-25T12:42:32+00:00

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