When you are diagnosed with a chronic medical condition, not only do you need to prepare medically, you need to prepare legally and financially. Besides having the proper estate planning
When you are diagnosed with a chronic medical condition, not only do you need to prepare medically, you need to prepare legally and financially. Besides having the proper estate planning documents, you need to know what legal options are available in planning and paying for long-term care. That Medicare will pay for everything is a myth. This session, presented by an elder law attorney, will focus on the limitations of Medicare and how Medicaid, long-term care insurance, and personal care contracts can be used to maximize you and your loved one’s quality of life.
Presenter: Kathryn Casey, JD, CELA
Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021
Community Members: There is no charge to attend. However, advanced registration is required. Please contact [email protected] or 847-462-0885
For Professionals: 1. CE Credits will be awarded to Illinois nurses, social workers, professional counselors, and nursing home administrators. Payment, $5.00, may be made at registration. Please contact [email protected] or 847-462-0885
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(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST
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]