Transition Planning for Kids with Disabilities: What Happens When They Grow Up? | Part II

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Topic: Part II | Transition Planning for Kids with Disabilities: What happens when they grow up?
Syllabus
Speaker: George Zaske, Attorney | Zaske Law Office | www.zaskelawoffice.com
Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Time:
12:30 PM Registration/Check-in
1:00 PM – 1:15 PM Welcome & Introductions
1:15 – 2:15 PM Presentation
2:15 – 2:30 PM Break
2:30 – 3:30 PM Presentation
Location: 3300 Edinborough Way, Edina, MN 55435 | 1st Floor Training Room
Cost:
$75 Non-CLI members
$50 CLI members
$0 Student Member of CLI. An annual Student membership in CLI is $30 for students currently enrolled in a law school or a graduate/professional training program. A CLI Student membership can be processed online here or by calling 952-405-2010. Student members are invited to attend CLI trainings at no charge (with the exception of the Annual CLI Forum held each December.)

CE Credits: (In-person attendance only)
PENDING for CLE, & LMFT.
APPROVED for 2 credits each: ADR, LICSW, MN Board of Psychology.
Menu: Beverages and afternoon snacks.
Webinar: This training will be streamed live for your remote access convenience at the same registration fee as attending the live presentation. (No CE)
Recorded for Download: This training will be recorded and available for purchase after the training. (No CE)
Who Should Attend: CLI Members, Family Law Professionals, Members ADR, LICSW, LMFT, Licensed Psychologists.
Educational Level: Advanced
Cancellation Policy: Refunds for registration cancellation will be processed if notice of cancellation is received by 6/24/19.

Description:
In March of this year, Barb Ziemke from PACER presented a seminar to us on “The Transition Cliff” – the importance of long-term planning for kids with disabilities before they grow up. Second in this series is a nuts and bolts seminar on current options for such planning, taught by CLI’S own George Zaske a collaborative attorney with extensive experience and a deep knowledge base regarding disabilities law and family planning for children with disabilities through their lifespans.  George has presented at seminars in Wisconsin and Minnesota, consulted with disabilities advocacy groups in both states, and provided expert testimony.
Learning Objectives
Attendees will understand:

  1. case law on the subject of extending child support for children with disabilities beyond the end of high school graduation/age 18.

  2. that high schools are "graduating" these children at commencement time without diplomas and the impact this has on the end of child support.

  3. the new financial planning devices such as ABLE accounts for post-high school needs, as well as college inclusive programs and housing alternatives, and new developments in social policy around Supportive Decision Making.

  4. the pitfalls for parents in “defaulting” into guardianship for kids with disabilities, and the risk parents have of losing their life savings to government “spenddowns.”

Didn't attend Part I?
While Part II is a stand-alone presentation with no prerequisite for having attended the first presentation in the series, a recording of the Part I presentation with Barb Ziemke is available for download. Access to the recording of Kids with Disabilities Part I is available at the CLI website https://www.collaborativelaw.org/training-videos/


Questionson Registration, contact 952.405.2010 | cli@collaborativelaw.org

June 26th, 2019 1:00 PM   through   3:30 PM
3300 Edinborough Way
1st Floor Conference Room
Edina, MN 55345
United States
Nonmember - Attending in-person $ 75.00
Nonmember - Webinar (No CE) $ 75.00
Member of CLI - Attending in-person $ 50.00
Member of CLI - Webinar (No CE) $ 50.00
Student Member of CLI - Attending in-person $ 0.00
Student Member of CLI - Webinar (No CE) $ 0.00

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