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Medicare Topics (2012)

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In a fast-paced, interactive format, this session provides the most current (November 2012) information about Medicare coverage, litigation, and the future of the program. Panel members participate in a lightning-round format to provide information and answer questions. Hot topics such as improvements to coverage for people with long-term and chronic conditions, updates regarding hospital observation status and nursing home coverage, and the impact on Medicare of the Supreme Court ACA decision and the election are covered. Presented by Ali Bers, Litigation Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Terry Berthelot, Senior Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Alfred J. Chiplin Jr., JD, M.DIV, Senior Policy Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Gill DeFord, Director of Litigation, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; Toby Edelman, Senior Policy Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; David Lipschutz, Policy Attorney, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc; Margaret Murphy, Esq., Associate Director, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc.; and Judith Stein, JD, Executive Director, Center for Medicare Advocacy, Inc. as part of the National Aging and Law Institute.
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Medicare's Interest In A Personal Injury Award (2010)

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Webinar originally presented 10/5/2010. What Elder Law Attorneys should know about Medicare set-aside requirements. Presented by Brad Frigon. 1 hour.
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MIDGTS VS. SPAS (2009)

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Session from November 2009 Public Benefits and Guardianship Institute. Learn the best way to protect your home from the high cost of nursing home care. How to do it
without a tax bill for your children if the property is sold? How to keep control of your house yet have it protected? Trust (MIDGT) or life estate
(SPA), which to use? If you use a life estate, couple it with a retained special power of appointment to keep even greater control. Presented by Timothy P. Crawford. 1 hour.
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$119.00
$119.00

Nuts And Bolts Of The VA Application (2010)

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Webinar originally presented 5/6/2010.
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$79.00

Olmstead Litigation-Nationwide Case and Policy Review (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Olmstead litigation is based on the law of the Americans With Disabilities Act, though it deals with Medicaid programs. It is an area of law that fights against unnecessary institutionalization of the disabled. There is a continuous and pressing need to advocate for non-institutional settings for the provision of Medicaid benefits to the elderly and disabled, especially in this era of tight state budgets. This session seeks to give you the most up-to-date review (November 2011) of recent cases, litigation techniques and regulatory changes. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Lauren S. Marinaro, Esq.
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$119.00
$119.00

Over the Rainbow or Over the Cliff? Opportunities and Risks in New Medicaid Options (2012)

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In part due to the Affordable Care Act, 2012 brought a dizzying series of Medicaid changes. From an advocacy perspective, this session will focus on how changes can improve access to community-based services under states' Olmstead obligations. Presented by Eric M. Carlson, Directing Attorney, National Senior Citizens Law Center; and Fay Gordon, Staff Attorney, National Senior Citizens Law Center as part of the 2012 National Aging and Law Institute.
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$129.00

Overview of Special Education Law (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. Special education law requires that children and young adults with disabilities receive a free and appropriate public education. This session presents an overview of special education law with an emphasis on key issues for the Elder Law practitioners. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Adrienne Arkontaky and Peter Hahn.
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$119.00
$119.00

Planning for Public Benefits in Guardianship/Conservatorship (ANNUAL 2016)

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Learn how to approach a new guardianship case to investigate current benefits and assess the need and appropriateness of Public Benefits including Medicaid. Understand what steps may need to be taken by a guardian in order for a person under guardianship to become eligible for certain needs based benefits including the creation of Special Needs Trusts and Medicaid Planning as well as the potential pitfalls of the various strategies. Effectuate the steps necessary, including but not limited to, obtaining court approval for various actions to make persons under guardianship eligible for needs based Public Benefits. Presented by Wendy Shparago Cappelletto, Esq., CAP and Catherine A. Seal, CELA, CAP, Fellow
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$199.00

Planning To Benefit The Community Spouse (2018)

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Navigating Medicaid eligibility can be challenging. Learn to identify tools to plan for Medicaid eligibility of the institutionalized spouse while implementing an asset preservation plan for the well spouse.
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$199.00
$199.00

Pre-eligibility Medical Expense and Medicaid LTC (2011)

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Webinar originally presented 2/10/2011. Presented by Ron Landsman and Eric Carlson. 1.5 hours.
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