How individuals plan in advance for a family member with special needs can make a significant difference. Incorrect or inadequate planning can
How individuals plan in advance for a family member with special needs can make a significant difference. Incorrect or inadequate planning can cause families and their loved ones to lose eligibility for critical public benefits and government programs. This presentation will explain how to preserve public benefits, help ensure quality of life, guardianship guidelines, and much more. Please bring your questions.
Presenter: Attorney Kathryn Casey, JD, CELA
Date: Friday, April 16, 2021
Registration: There is no fee to attend this program which is being offered in conjunction with with Amita Health’s Series for Student Services Professionals.
Certified Elder Law Attorney Kathryn Casey, JD, CELAKatie is one of only a few Certified Elder Law Attorneys in Illinois. She has practiced exclusively in elder law since 2004. Her practice includes probate and trust administration, estate planning, special needs planning, long term care planning, Medicaid applications, and nursing home issues.[email protected]