We are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to people as they age and people with special needs.
NAELA members, working together and
learning from one another, have broad
experience with legal issues affecting
people as they age and people with
NAELA sponsors continuing education
programs for attorneys and provides
publications and educational materials to
NAELA leads and advocates on public
policy issues facing members’ clients and
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In the past decade, the same proposed law has been repeatedly re-introduced in the U.S. Congress to make it easier for victims of age discrimination to sue discriminatory employers.
While many older Americans are still stepping down to smaller homes, they're doing so later in life. The trend is contributing to a housing supply shortage across much of the country.
Federal officials are weighing in on how money saved in a relatively new type of savings account for people with disabilities influences access to housing assistance.
Consumer advocates are raising an alert about a twist to an old impostor phone scam. It's called the "Social Security impostor scam."
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