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Legal Aspects of Clients Staying at Home

October 16, 2009

Elder care is moving away from institutional settings toward care in the home. Will your elder law practice stay ahead of this trend? Don’t miss the upcoming seminar of the Connecticut Chapter of NAELA.

Program topics will include:

  • Federal & State Programs that Provide Home Care
    Presented by Kate McEvoy, J.D., Deputy Director, Area Agency on Aging of South Central CT
  • The new DSS Money Follows the Person Program
    Presented by Dawn Lambert, Project Director, DSS Money Follows the Person Program
  • Veterans Benefits for Home Care
    Presented by Attorney Wade D. Jensen
  • Use of Reverse Mortgages
    Presented by Attorney Christopher J. Albanese
  • Trusts that Help Seniors Qualify for Home Care
    Presented by Attorney Donna R. Levine
  • Security Issues, Tax Withholding & Bookkeeping Concerns
    Presented by Attorney Paul T. Czepiga, CPA, and Stephen Pedneault, CPA
  • Legal Issues When Parent and Child Own Residential Real Estate Together
    Presented by Attorney Whitney M. Lewendon
  • Caregiver Agreements
    Presented by Attorney Malcolm F. Barlow

When: Friday, October 16, 2009 9 am to 4 pm
Registration 8:30 am – 9:00 am; 9 am – 12 noon presentations,
12 –1 pm lunch included; 2 pm -4 pm presentations
Where: Keeney Center, 200 Main Street, Wethersfield, Connecticut

Download the Registration Form (PDF)