NURSING HOME VISITS BALANCING HELP AND HARM

2021-01-19T09:39:53-05:00

This issue of The Voice® was written by Special Needs Alliance board member Mary Alice Jackson, Esq., a founding partner of the firm Boyer & Boyer, P.A. in Sarasota, Florida, where she is now of counsel. She is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law. Ms. Jackson enjoys assisting individuals and families with special needs trust planning, and counseling clients on long term care planning. She is board certified in Elder Law by the Florida Bar and is licensed in Texas. Her website is www.boyerboyer.com.

NURSING HOME VISITS BALANCING HELP AND HARM2021-01-19T09:39:53-05:00

Nursing Home Visit Policies in Flux

2021-01-19T09:36:13-05:00

This post was authored by Mary Alice Jackson, Esq., of Boyer & Boyer, Sarasota, Florida. She is a Special Needs Alliance (SNA) board member and focuses her practice on special needs planning, elder law and estate planning. She is Board Certified in Elder Law by the Florida Bar.

Nursing Home Visit Policies in Flux2021-01-19T09:36:13-05:00

Be Alert to Covid-19 Scams

2021-01-19T09:36:18-05:00

Rebecca S. Kueny, Kueny Law LLC, Salem, Oregon, focuses her practice on elder law, special needs planning and trust administration. She is committed to helping individuals with special needs live as independently as possible.

Be Alert to Covid-19 Scams2021-01-19T09:36:18-05:00

Understanding the Stimulus Check Program

2021-01-19T09:36:09-05:00

This post was co-authored by Tara Anne Pleat, Esq., and Edward V. Wilcenski, Esq., of Wilcenski Pleat Law, with offices in Clifton Park and Queensbury, New York. Tara’s practice includes special needs planning and administration, traditional estate planning and elder law. Ed, who is a past president of the Special Needs Alliance, focuses on special needs planning, elder law, and estate planning.

Understanding the Stimulus Check Program2021-01-19T09:36:09-05:00

Roundup: Special Ed and Coronavirus/ Coping with Early Dementia/Standalone Special Needs Trusts

2021-06-21T05:49:17-04:00

SNA attorneys have ongoing involvement with the wide-ranging issues faced by individuals with disabilities, their families and the professionals who serve them. Here is a sampling from member blogs and newsletters… Defining a Student’s Legal Rights to Special Ed During COVID-19 With coronavirus isolating families at home, how will special ed students receive the services so important [...]

Roundup: Special Ed and Coronavirus/ Coping with Early Dementia/Standalone Special Needs Trusts2021-06-21T05:49:17-04:00

Nursing Home Visitation Guidelines Cause Concern

2021-01-19T09:36:00-05:00

This post was authored by Kim Dayton, Esq., Professor Emerita at the William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota. Her areas of interest include disability rights, parenting an adult child on the autism spectrum, and end-of-life decision-making. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), a federal agency with [...]

Nursing Home Visitation Guidelines Cause Concern2021-01-19T09:36:00-05:00

Isolation Tips for Families with Special Needs

2021-01-19T09:35:36-05:00

This post was authored by Bryn Poland, Esq., of Mayo & Poland, PLLC, Baytown, Texas. She focuses her practice on special needs trust planning and administration, qualified settlement funds, and estate planning. She is a member of the Special Needs Alliance. Schools and day programs are suspended. Non-essential businesses are told to operate remotely. Families [...]

Isolation Tips for Families with Special Needs2021-01-19T09:35:36-05:00

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