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2021 NAELA Annual Conference Virtual (bundle)

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For over 30 years, NAELA's Annual Conference has provided Elder and Special Needs Law professionals an unparalleled opportunity to learn, discover, and succeed in the field. NAELA members and speakers have helped define this area of law and as part of the 2021 Annual Conference, you will hear thought provoking speakers, presenting 17 programs designed to help you expand your outlook, and sharpen the skills and knowledge you need to excel in your practice.
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$650.00

ABLE Act Update (2017)

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ABLE Accounts are now official! With several state ABLE programs up and running, this session will provide you with an understanding of the law, point out potential pitfalls, and discuss when to use it in planning for persons with disabilities. Presented by: Robert F. Brogan, CELA, CAP
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$199.00
$199.00

ACA's Medicaid Long-Term Services (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) offers more money to states that are willing to expand their Medicaid home and community-based services (HCBS) options. Two of the most notable ACA-related features-the Community First Choice benefit and Balancing Incentives Payments Program-were set to go live in October 2011. However, while the ACA encourages states to expand HCBS, many have actually reduced it to relieve current budget pressures and a growing number of states are introducing managed care into their Medicaid LTSS programs in order to better control future expenditures. Meanwhile the Department of Justice is stepping up its enforcement of the ADA against states that are failing to comply with the integration mandate in the operation of their Medicaid programs. This seminar provides an overview of state adoption of the ACA's new Medicaid LTSS options, as well as an analysis of how effective this adoption may be in shaping the states' programmatic choices and their efforts to comply with the ADA. Approx. 1 hour. Presented by Gene Coffey, Esq. and Paul Nathanson, Esq. National Senior Citizens Law Center.
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$119.00

Advocating for Students with Special Needs (2018)

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There are numerous programs and services available in the public schools for children with special needs. This session explains several ways to advocate for these critical programs and services to maximize the educational opportunities for special needs children.
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$199.00

Best Apps for Law Practices (2012)

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General session from the 2012 Annual National Conference. Presented by Stephen Spano, CELA. 1 hour. Self-professed tech-geek, attorney Stephen Spano, will conduct an interactive program on the successful use of the iPad (and to a lesser extent, Android based tablets) in a thriving elder law practice. This interactive program will cover the selection and use of specific applications useful to elder law attorneys, including time tracking, billing, credit card payments, brainstorming, ethics, case law updates, continuing education, productivity, note taking, client communications, due diligence, marketing, seminar development, contact management and much more. This presentation is a "must attend" for those lawyers wishing to "WOW" clients and keep abreast of the cutting edge of technology to enhance and grow their elder law practice. Be sure to bring your iPad. If you have an Android based tablet be sure to bring it as most applications are cross platform.
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$129.00
$129.00

Beyond Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing- Other Housing Options (ANNUAL 2016)

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Explains the basic structure and eligibility requirements for various low income housing programs that are available prior to assisted living and/or skilled care. Explores solutions and planning options for low-moderate income seniors and/or disabled individuals to avoid institutional based care. Uses case studies as examples of how multiple agencies/programs can be combined to provide optimal housing and care choices for seniors. Presented by Bob Prettyman, COO Housing Management, Renee Nicolosi, Director of Resident & Community Services and Annie Hancock, Health and Aging Program Specialist, Denver Housing Authority
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$199.00
$199.00

Changes In The VA Fiduciary Program (2010)

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Session from the May 2010 Annual Meeting Orlando, FL.VA's National Fiduciary staff present information on recognition of court-appointed guardians and federal fiduciaries and the unique responsibilities associated. 1 hour.
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$119.00

CMS Directions Regarding Long Term Care (2019)

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The Medicaid program plays a critical role in the delivery of long-term services and supports to millions of Americans. The program is faced, however, with numerous challenges, such as the effort to make home and community-based services equally accessible with institutional services, addressing the complexity of the eligibility rules, and ensuring the financial integrity of the program. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is charged with the federal oversight of the Medicaid program, and Gene Coffey, Technical Director in CMS’s Division of Medicaid Eligibility Policy, will provide an overview of the agency’s work to address these issues. Presented by Gene Coffey
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$199.00

Contested Guardianships: Trial Techniques (2015)

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Focuses on a contested guardianship matter involving competing petitions, powers of attorney and allegations of undue influence. The presenters will illustrate various trial techniques including eliciting testimony from both lay persons and expert witnesses through videotaped segments. In addition, the program will address methods for submitting evidence in the record. Presented by David McGuffey and Catherine Seal.
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$199.00

Developments in Supplemental Security Income (SSI) (2011)

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From the National Aging & Law Institute. This session looks at developments in the SSI program with an emphasis on the SSI aged population which consists overwhelmingly of women and has a high percentage of immigrants. Topics to be covered include: Efforts to reinvigorate the moribund SSI appeals process; Language access efforts for limited English proficient (LEP) SSI recipients; Issues connected with the anticipated resolution of Clark v. Astrue, 610 F.3d 140 (2nd Cir. 2010) which ruled SSA's policy of suspending benefits of tens of thousands of individuals with warrants for alleged probation or parole violations to be unlawful. The resolution of this case may make substantial retroactive benefits available for class members; and efforts to resolve the plight of refugees, asylees and other humanitarian immigrants facing the expiration of their time limited period of eligibility for SSI benefits. Approx. 75 mins. Presented by Paul Nathanson, Esq. National Senior Citizens Law Center and Linda Landry, Esq. Boston Disability Law Center.
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$119.00
$119.00