Posted by: BlogMaster | June 11, 2014

Free Seminar: Funeral Planning to Preserve Benefits for Your Adult Disabled Child

Beth Polner Abrahams, Esq., Attorney at Law, is speaking at this free informational event open to the public:

Planning for the Future: Putting Plans in Place for Funeral Arrangements 

Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 PM

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County – Extension Education Center
423 Griffin Avenue [rear door], Riverhead, NY 11901. Phone: (631) 727-7850.
 
Register by Monday, June 16, 2014
Call (631) 369-7345 – press zero “0” – or email April Goss agossevents@eed-a.org with your name, phone, and the number of people attending

Most of the individuals served by EEDA (East End Disability Associates, Inc.) and other Long Island agencies receive government funding in the form of Medicaid and Social Security benefits. Family members and advocates of disabled adult children need to ensure that current or future funeral arrangements preserve, and do not jeopardize, eligibility for these benefits.

Beth Polner Abrahams will present an overview of SSI and Medicaid: how to get and keep those benefits; special needs trusts (the types and why it doesn’t have to be costly); tips to get started on a life care plan for your adult disabled child.

Other speakers: Lisa Meyer-Fertal, CEO of EEDA, and Kenneth T. Rothwell, Director, Alexander-Tuthill Funeral Home.

Topics include:

 The importance of putting plans in place

 Regulations that govern residential providers

 Regulations/Eligibility guidelines for Medicaid & Social Security Administration benefits /Resource Management

 The costs of funeral arrangements

 The options available to fund funeral arrangements

 Estate Planning; Wills & Trusts– lets clear up the confusion

 Identifying the wishes of the individual

 Assess what you have and figure out what you need to implement the plan

Seating is limited at this free event. Register by June 16 to reserve your seat.

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