SNA attorneys have ongoing involvement with the wide-ranging issues faced by individuals with disabilities, their families and the professionals who serve them. Below is a sampling of posts from member blogs and newsletters.

Family Case Study

Planning for the long-term needs of a loved one with disabilities is a big job. Check out this case study about how a special needs attorney helped one family meet their objectives.

When Is Modified Curriculum Appropriate and How Modified Should It Be?

A modified curriculum changes what a student is expected to learn, rather than the way it’s taught. But it’s still important to stay aligned with the child’s grade level.

Time for Medicare Part LTC

Read this summary of a proposal to expand Medicare to cover community-based long-term care.

About this Article: We hope you find this article informative, but it is not legal advice. You should consult your own attorney, who can review your specific situation and account for variations in state law and local practices. Laws and regulations are constantly changing, so the longer it has been since an article was written, the greater the likelihood that the article might be out of date. SNA members focus on this complex, evolving area of law. To locate a member in your state, visit Find an Attorney.

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