I'm very excited to be part of a panel presentation on Special Needs Planning scheduled for Wednesday, March 16th at 6:30 pm right here at my office, located at 500 Winding Brook Drive, 2nd Floor, Glastonbury, CT.
While I will be discussing special needs trusts, I will be joined by Attorney Courtney Spencer who will explain special education advocacy, and Beth London, a certified financial planner who will examine the best ways to fund the needs of a loved one with special needs. So it will be a nice summary of a few different areas of concern for a family with a special needs member.
Well, if special needs planning is not a concern, then you have an excellent alternative that same evening...
The Alzheimer's Association has organized an educational event for March 16th at 7pm regarding. The topic is "Keeping Connected with Good Communication with an Individual with Memory Loss" at Suffield by the River Assisted Living. The address is 7 Canal Road in Suffield, CT.
Please brace yourself for a selfless marketing plug. I'm slated to speak on the topics of Elder Law and Estate Planning at the following events in the Hartford County region:
March 19th, Noon, "Partnerships", which is a panel discussion organized by the Consortium for Gerontological Education at Newington Health Care Center in Newington, CT. I will join several different service providers to discuss how we serve the elderly community.
March 19th, 6pm, Alzheimer's Association Caregiver Course. I will be teaching at the third class of a four-part course being held in Glastonbury, CT designed to teach caregivers about various aspects of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia. I will be focusing (obviously) on the legal and financial issues. The course is run by the Connecticut Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
I do a decent amount of public speaking during the year on Elder Law topics, which I really enjoy, to be honest. If you are a member of an organization in Connecticut and you're interested in having me speak to your group for no fee then please call or e-mail me.