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A New Era for VA Aid and Attendance Benefits (2018)

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This 2018 Summit session is based on the recent Department of Veteran’s Affairs final rule related to its “pension benefit” which took effect on 10/18/2018. As a result of these legislative changes, this session will address how our members will need to adapt to the new set of rules.
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ACA and Medicaid Managed Care: A Perfect Storm Threatening the Special Needs Practitioner (2015)

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The presentation assists attorneys in determining if retaining Medicaid is still a safe harbor or a Category 5 threat. Or does manipulating ACA's MAGI sometimes provide a safer, better and less expensive course? Moderated by David Lillesand
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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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Advanced Medicaid Planning (2017)

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This session will review some common and not so common asset protection strategies that can be used when planning for Medicaid benefits for your clients. Come hear some twists on old strategies and some new and advanced strategies which you can add to your Medicaid planning tool bag. Presented by: Letha Sgritta McDowell, CELA
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Aging and Disability: The Budget and Policy Landscape Now and in the Year Ahead (2013)

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The panel will elucidate the budget and policy landscape now and for the year ahead and what it may mean for older persons and persons with disabilities. Ellen Nissenbaum will walk us through the current budget process with the timeline, some key numbers, the politics, and the perspective of the Center on areas that are of concern to advocates. Henry Claypool and Howard Bedlin will lay out their perspectives on the current budget conference and the areas of greatest challenges and opportunities for entitlements, sequestration, and tax reform. Presented by Ellen Nissenbaum, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Henry Claypool, Executive Vice President, American Association of People with Disabilities, Howard Bedlin, Vice President, Public Policy and Advocacy. Moderated by Brian Lindberg
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Avoiding The Pitfalls Of The VA NSC Claim Process (2010)

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Session from the November 2010 Advanced Fall Institute San Diego, CA. Understand the importance of incorporating VA non-service connected pension into your law practice. Presented by Karen McIntyre. 1 hour.
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Challenging Medicare and Home Care Denials (2016)

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This recorded webinar discusses successfully challenging Medicare SNF and home care denials
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Counseling Clients On Public Benefits Planning (2016)

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Discusses how to recognize client circumstances that suggest public benefits planning, specifically when long-term care planning is advisable; how to develop planning options to qualify the client for public benefits (specifically long-term care benefits) in order to recommend the best course of action; how to identify additional information that will be necessary to implement a plan to qualify for public benefits;how the planning for eligibility for public benefits impacts the client's current estate plan and how the plan should be modified; and office management tools (i.e., client letters, intake forms, questionnaires, etc.) that will facilitate the long-term care planning process/representation. Presented by Howard S. Krooks, and Bridget O' Brien Swartz
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Creative Planning with an ABLE Account (2018)

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In this session, participants will consider the potential relationship between special needs trusts (first and third party) and an ABLE account. We'll discuss what drafting language is necessary in a special needs trust that will provide for funding an ABLE account and how best to administer the two together to maximize the benefit to the beneficary. Presented by: Brian Neal Rubin, Esq.
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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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