Volume 34 Issue 2

The Death of the Password

By  By Andrew R. Boyer, Esq.
How hardware security keys make your practice more secure, less stressed, more productive, and get you one step closer to a passwordless existence.

Transition Planning for Students With Disabilities

By  Adrienne Arkontaky, Esq.
As a practitioner focusing on assisting families with navigating through the special education system, transitioning planning probably poses the most challenges.

Strong HCBS State Guidance from CMS

By  By Lauren Marinaro, Esq., and Lindsay Jones, Esq.,
NAELA policy goals and priorities have long included strengthening the availability and provision of home and community-based services (HCBS)

Samantha L. Shepherd Story

By  Evie P. Curtis
People who work with Samantha Shepherd describe her in a very special way.

Decanting SNTs

By  Samantha L. Shepherd, CELA, CAP
What you should know about decanting a special needs trust.

Medicaid Trusts Trust Protector

By  Alexander A. Bove, Jr.
Understanding the challenges of drafting a Medicaid trust.

President's Message

By  Letha Sgritta McDowell, CELA, CAP
I can hardly believe that I am writing my last President’s Message to you all.

Executive Director's Message

By  C. Grace Whiting, JD
As society ages, NAELA members have an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of legal practice.

Advocates Warn on Hasty End to the Public Health Emergency

By  David M. Goldfarb, Esq., CAE
The end of the public health emergency could end in July. Here's what you need to know about what this could mean for your clients.

Apr/May/Jun 2022

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