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Recent Media of Note

Medicaid expanding offerings for children with severe needs

Medicaid expanding offerings for children with severe needs

From DisabilityScoop.com — By Michelle Diament — Federal Medicaid officials are issuing new guidance aimed at making it easier for children with complex medical conditions like severe autism and cerebral palsy to access the care they need, even if that means crossing...

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Why an Elder Law or Special Needs Law Attorney?

What is Elder and Special Needs Law?

Elder and Special Needs Law are specialized areas of law that involve representing, counseling, and assisting seniors, people with disabilities, and their families in connection with a variety of legal issues, from estate planning to long term care issues, with a primary emphasis on promoting the highest quality of life for the individuals. Typically, Elder and Special Needs Law attorneys address the client’s perspective from a holistic viewpoint by addressing legal, medical, financial, social and family issues.

Demand for Elder and Special Needs Law Is Growing

The number of older individuals in the population is projected to increase to 71.5 million in 2030, representing nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population. As a result the need is growing for specialized legal advice about aging-related issues.

Ohio NAELA Membership News

Save the Date: Live UnProgram will return Aug 5-6, 2022

Save the Date: Live UnProgram will return Aug 5-6, 2022

The UnProgram is coming back, live and in-person! Full details are not yet available, but Save the Date: the 2022 UnProgram will be held LIVE, in the Central Ohio area, on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5-6. The registration fee will remain $100 for Ohio NAELA Chapter...

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“Elder and Special Needs Law attorneys are competent, caring and compassionate professionals. They focus on the overall picture of what is best for clients and their families.”
—Craig Reaves, former NAELA President

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