This year, we are getting the word out there about the Life Care Planning we offer that involves a licensed social worker to act as
As parents, it’s hard to treat all children fairly, despite their different personalities and capabilities. Most try to ensure that one child never feels less
“The experiences of people we care about often deeply affect us.”
“A police officer was shielded by qualified immunity from a claim that he violated residents' civil rights, when he entered into a home uninvited to
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found in 2015 that 53 million adults in the U.S. (about 20%) live with a disability. As tax
There are numerous money myths that you’ll hear when you consider getting married at midlife, particularly if your spouse-to-be has children from a first marriage.
The Achieving a Better Life Experience, or ABLE ACT, was passed by Congress in 2014 and lets individuals with disabilities establish special tax-advantage accounts to
Finally, after many years of pressure from patient advocate groups, Medicare will begin to reimburse doctors for the time needed to test patients with cognitive
The big challenge for many Special Needs Families is balancing the financial needs of retirement with the long-term needs of a child with a disability.
A recent article in The Boston Globe, “MassHealth may force seniors to make hard choice,” explains that disabled seniors in the state may need to
Many of us are not very proactive in estate planning or aware of the issues of elder law, even though we know that eventually we