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Navigating Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid:
Training on Government Benefits and Pooled Special Needs Trusts for Professionals

CE credits offered for: Attorneys (CLE), Case Managers, Certified Senior Advisors, CPA's, Professional and Public Guardians, and Waiver Support Coordinators

Friday, April 5, 2019
9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 
Includes Lunch
NSU Shepard Broad College of Law
3305 College Avenue | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

NSU Law will be hosting a seminar sponsored by AGED, Inc. and The Foundation for Indigent Guardianship, Inc. The topic, “Navigating Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid,” is an in-depth training designed to cover the basics of Social Security Disability, Medicare, and Medicaid and its various programs for the aging / disabled population. This training is designed to help attendees understand the difference between the various government benefit programs, who can access these benefits, how to understand when benefits are needed, and how to obtain benefits when someone is over the financial limits. Attendees will also learn about Pooled Special Needs Trusts and ABLE accounts and how they work with these types of benefits.

This event has reached capacity and we are no longer accepting RSVP's
Please contact Olga Torres (954) 262-6184 if you have questions or concerns.

Presented by AGED, Inc.: Nick Barton & Sharon Reich 

Event Topics
Social Security Disability Insurance and Medicare
Supplemental Security Income and Medicaid

Medicaid Programs for Persons with Disabilities

Eligibility requirements

Overview and availability of services

Pooled Special Needs Trusts

Protecting eligibility

When to establish

How they work

ABLE Accounts

When it can be utilized

How does it work with a pooled special needs trust?

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