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If you have an adult child who receives Medicaid waiver funding, you may be able to use those funds for payment of higher education tuition, fees, and support services.
What is Allegheny County Department of Human Services? What is the Office of Developmental Programs and the Office of Developmental Supports? How can you find Community Resources for basic needs?
Representatives from Disability Rights PA, Achieva Family Trust's Benefits Counseling, and The Social Security Administration cover working and benefits rules, types of waivers, eligibility, and more.
The impact of dual enrollment in Medicaid and Medicare is to significantly reduce or completely eliminate the costs of health care - if you understand how to use them.
Planned by Achieva and JFCS (Jewish Family and Community Services) in honor of Jillian Zacks, the recipient of this year's Shore-Whitehill Award. This program includes bios and covered topics.
The topics of this webinar are Planning for the Future with Special Needs Trusts and ABLE Accounts, Understanding Government Benefits, Decision Making, and Housing Options.
Lindsay Osterhout, Esq. of Osterhout Berger Disability Law presents on understanding the application and appeal process for Social Security and 10 pitfalls to avoid when applying for Social Security
This webinar covers the basics of ABLE Accounts and the three types of trusts offered through Achieva Family Trust; Payback Trusts, Pooled Trusts, and Third-Party Trusts.
Janice Meinert, MSW, from Pennsylvania Health Law Project covers the basics of Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, MAWD (a way to get Medicaid), and Home & Community Based Services Waiver Programs
This webinar covers future planning and starts to address the questions of "What would happen if I suddenly became unable to provide care for my family member."
An overview of Medicaid basics both nationally and Pennsylvania specific, presented by the PA Health Law Project Janice Meinert, MSW, Paralegal.