Webinar with Jason Miller/Nicola Nero
Host: The Banyan School; 6:30 pm
For Registration Link contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit; Host: Caregivers of NJ; Hunterdon Central Reg. High School, 84 Rt 31, Flemington, NJ;
10am – 12:30pm
Webinar with Jason Miller/Nicola Nero; Host: IFSS of Essex and IFSS of Sussex – Time TBD
Presentation in person with Jason Miller/Nicola Nero;
Host: Midland School, 94 Readington Rd, North Branch, NJ;
Exhibit; Host: Belleville Transition Fair, Belleville High School, 100 Passaic Ave, Belleville, NJ;
9:00am – 1:00pm
Educational Webinars for Families and Professionals
PLAN|NJ educates and serves individuals with disabilities, their families, and service providers through an educational program, The Need for Legal and Estate Planning for the Future Care of People with Developmental or Psychiatric Disabilities. Our seminars and educational exhibit sessions have been co-sponsored by The New Jersey State Bar Foundation since 2006.
Currently, we are offering families and professionals in-depth, individualized information remotely through live and recorded webinars, presented by local and state partner agencies.
For a calendar of upcoming webinars, along with the local or state partners presenting these virtual events, contact Melanie Miquel at Melanie.Miquel@plannj.org or 908-575-8300 ext. 28
Topics covered include:
- Legal, estate, and independent living planning for individuals with disabilities
- Special Needs Trusts, Legal guardianship, and protections that are alternatives to guardianship, such as Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Proxies, Psychiatric Advanced Directives and Representative Payee for Social Security benefits
- Protecting legal and civil rights and promoting self-determination and supported decision making under guardianship
- How to leverage public and private resources to identify and sustain safe, community-based homes
- Disability-related legislation including the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA); Medicaid and Social Security legislation and regulations and Special Needs Trust provisions; Housing and Urban Development Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the ABLE Act, and others
- How to obtain maximum resources to assist individuals to live, work, and go to school in the least restrictive settings, and to prepare for the future care of their loved ones in all areas of legal and financial planning
- ABLE accounts and how they compare to Special Needs Trusts
CIRCLE OF SUPPORT
"A Talk With Families"
The stories of three families with loved ones who have disabilities and who use PLAN|NJ's trust administration and care coordination services are told through interviews conducted in their homes by Executive Director Ellen Nalven.
GET IN TOUCH
Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of New Jersey PLAN|NJ
PO Box 547
Somerville, NJ 08876-0547
PROUD MEMBERS OF:
Alliance for the Betterment of Citizens with Disabilities
Association of People Supporting Employment First
Alliance for Pooled Trusts
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Guardianship Association
National PLAN Alliance
Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey
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PLAN|NJ = Lifetime Advocacy for People with Disabilities
PLAN|NJ’s mission is to help family members of people with disabilities answer the question:
“Who will care for my loved one when I'm gone?”
We coordinate the supports needed by individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities, and challenges with mental health, including people with autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, severe mental illness and more.
Si usted habla español y quisiera mas información sobre nuestros servicios o si desea una consulta con PLAN\NJ, por favor comuníquese con
Nancy Dilliplane, Director of Trust Services, para asistencia bilingüe: 908-575-8300, extensión 15