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New Hampshire Chapter Public Benefits Virtual Program
Full day CLE program covering a wide range of public benefits topics including Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security.
Paying for Long Term Care Costs (2021-Annual)
Paying for Long Term Care Costs without Public Benefits. This session is intended to help practitioners better assist clients in the middle class. Topics covered in this session include coordinating investment planning with the use of long-term care insurance, the use of five-year trusts • and the possible tax and VA benefit complications thereto; investment strategies including the use of retirement accounts, annuities and reverse mortgages; and Medicare benefits available for emergent care. 2021 Annual Conference
Policy Initiatives in Long-Term Care Finance and Delivery
This session will focus on the recent major changes in long-term care finance and delivery at both the state and federal level. The presenter will discuss the current state of the private long-term care insurance industry. Specific state initiatives such as Washington State's newly enacted public long-term care insurance program and federal initiatives such as Medicare Advantage's new LTSS-lite supplemental benefits will be presented. Presented by Howard Gleckman
Protecting Your Clients: Medicare's Interests (2010)
Session from the November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute. Focuses on Medicare's efforts regarding mandatory reporting, conditional payments, and set asides. Presented by Rafael Gonzalez. 1 hour.
Public Benefits: Medicaid Medicare Soc. Sec. & VA (2011)
Overview of eligibility for long-term services and support provided by Medicaid, including home and community based waiver programs. Medicare changes occasioned by ACA. Overview of four SSA entitlement programs (retirement, disability, dependents, and survivors) and one welfare program (Supplemental Security Income). Broad overview of VA health, burial and pension benefits available to Veterans and surviving spouses. Approx. 2 hours. Presented by Morris Klein, CELA; Gregory Wilcox, CELA, CAP; David Lipschutz, Policy Attorney, Center for Medicaid Advocacy; and Jennifer Vanderveen, CELA
Second Annual "Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me" - Medicare Hot Topics (2013)
In a lightening round format, panel members will cover hot topics such as improvement to coverage for people with chronic conditions, updates regarding hospital observation status, long-term care, federal litigation and the impact on Medicare of budget cuts and deficit plans on Medicare. Presented by Mary Ashkar, Ali Bers; Terry Berthelot; Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., JD, M. Div.; Gill Deford; Toby Edelman; David Lipschutz; Margaret Murphy; Judith Stein - Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.
Social Security Workshop (2018)
explore the four core areas of Social Security including real-life client scenarios (includes 4 bundled sessions on couples, families, Medicare ABCD and Disability-based planning.
Spirituality and Client Counseling: Why It's Important and How to Integrate into Practice (2013)
Should lawyers explore the importance of a client’s spiritual values and, if important, incorporate them into representation? If yes, how does one incorporate them into the particular goals or products of the legal representation, especially with respect to long-term care planning? Presented by Ira S. Weisner, CELA; Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., JD, M. Div., Managing Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy; Dr. Christina M. Puchalski, MD, FACP, Director, George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health Professor, Department of Medicine and Health Sciences George Washington University School of Medicine Professor, Health Leadership and Management. Moderator: Charles P. Sabatino, ABA Commission on Law and Aging
This presentation describes the eligibility requirements for Social Security Disability benefits, including the disability determination process, the benefit calculation and the interface between SSDI and SSI, Medicare and Medicaid.Presented by Mary Alice Jackson, CELA.
Structured Settlements and Special Needs Planning (2013)
Most NAELA members have some knowledge and working experience with structured settlements as a method for resolving personal injury cases and/or funding special needs trusts and Medicare set-aside (MSA) arrangements. In many cases, an attorney’s knowledge is incomplete or outdated and this can result in frustration with structured settlement brokers whose “over-structuring” restricts special needs planning options. Structured settlements in 2013 present public policy and settlement planning issues. The purposes of this presentation are to highlight those issues and to help NAELA members understand and utilize a new set of structured settlement business standards to expand their professional practice opportunities. Presented by Patrick Hindert, Esq., Managing Director, The Settlement Services Group (TSSG).
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