Free Workshops for Caregivers of Adults With Disabilities

April 4, 2017 by  
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Free Information Series for Caregivers & Guardians of Adults with Disabilities

4/13/17:         The importance of Wills and Trusts in Planning for a Secure Future

5/10/17:         Funding a Special Needs Trust

6/15/17:         Guardianship for Adults with Disabilities

7/19/17:         Accessing Appropriate Adult Services

Date TBD:         Beyond Group Homes: Creative Options for Housing and Residential Supports

9/27/17:         Medicaid, SSI and other Important Entitlements

10/11/17:        Maximizing Services through NJ Self Directed Services Program

 

All presentations will take place from 6:30 to 8:30pm

at Opportunity Project, 60 East Willow Street, Millburn, NJ 07041

 

SPACE IS LIMITED

Please RSVP to Melissa Wish, LMSW at mwish@opportunityproject.org

 

Sponsored By:

Opportunity Project is a unique program created by and for adults with brain injuries who are seeking the “next step” in their journey of recovery. We provide an environment of support, challenge and choices that create independence and productivity in our members. Through the work environment in the Clubhouse, our members explore their strengths, abilities and interests so that they can establish and attain their individual goals. The ultimate goal is full integration back into family, work and community. You can learn more at http://www.opportunityproject.org/.

Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer’s P.C., entire practice focuses on serving people with disabilities and their families. Our attorneys have over 70 years of combined experience providing specialized legal services to families of children and adults with a wide range of disabilities and seniors. We have argued many of the precedent setting cases affecting individuals with disabilities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. You can learn more at http://hinkle1.com/.

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