FRE-L Attorneys have been busy teaching Continuing Legal Education

This has been a busy year for the elder law attorneys at our Firm in the realm of community education. We’ve been teaching at programs run by the NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education almost every month. Among the topics of Linda and Lauren’s lectures were Representing Clients in Medicaid Fair Hearings at the Office of Administrative Law; Getting the Most out of Medicaid/MLTSS Home Care Benefits; Medicare’s Individualized Care Plan Requirements for persons residing in nursing homes; Limited Guardianship and its applications to individuals with intellectual disabilities; preparing and filing Medicaid/MLTSS applications; Ethics in SSI practice before the SSA, and Medicaid from A to Z;     We also spoke at the annual NJ Elder Law Retreat in April. At the November Symposium of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys in Washington, DC., Gene Rosner spoke on elder law issues in divorce and Lauren Marinaro spoke about developments in Federal Policy. Our public speaking engagements included Jewish Family Services of Central New Jersey; the Senior Monthly gathering in Cranford; and our frequent seminars at the Clark Holiday Inn.

We enjoy doing in-service training for health care staffs, financial firms and family services organizations. We can develop a talk on whatever elder law subject is of importance to the group.

Call to arrange a speaking engagement or in-service training ……. 732-382-6070

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