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Army to Review Thousands of Unfavorable Discharges

Army to Review Thousands of Unfavorable Discharges

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From The New York Times — By John Ismay/The New York Times The U.S. Army would review the cases of thousands of former soldiers who were separated from the service after Oct. 7, 2001, with less-than-honorable discharges and potentially upgrade their service paperwork...

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Feds Look to Expand Poor-Performing Nursing Facility List

Feds Look to Expand Poor-Performing Nursing Facility List

From SkilledNursingNewsom — The two U.S. senators who last year released a “secret” list of nursing homes under consideration for inclusion on a formal list of facilities with major quality issues are now calling for expanded oversight of poorly performing skilled...

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How Families Are Fighting Racism, Disability Discrimination

How Families Are Fighting Racism, Disability Discrimination

From DisabilityScoop.com — LOS ANGELES — Ever since her son, Landon, was born three years ago, Nakenya Allen has been fighting. Fighting to get a diagnosis for the cause of Landon’s digestive problems, which landed him in the emergency room multiple times before he...

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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

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.

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Ohio NAELA Membership News

UnProgram will go virtual mornings of Aug. 6, 7, and 8

UnProgram will go virtual mornings of Aug. 6, 7, and 8

On behalf of Ohio NAELA Chapter, we invite you to attend this year's virtual UnProgram. We will be hosting the program via Zoom the mornings of Aug. 6, 7, and 8 from 9 a.m. to noon.   Please register by completing this online form.  Make sure you note what topics...

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Join us March 12 in Columbus

Join us March 12 in Columbus

Ohio NAELA social & dinner March 12 Ohio NAELA members attending the OSBA’s 2020 Ohio Elder Law Institute in Columbus are invited to a special Ohio NAELA Social & Dinner Thursday evening, March 12. Seating is limited to 40 for the March 12 Ohio NAELA event....

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UnProgram 2019 planned in Dublin Aug. 2-3

The Ohio Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys will hold an "UnProgram" in Dublin, Ohio (northwest suburb of Columbus) on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 2-3. Open the attached PDF for the registration form (hotlink at bottom). See your email from...

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