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Kim Martin to Present in Speaker Series on Disability Planning

Trusts & Estates Partner, Kim Martin will be a presenter in a six-part live virtual series that focuses on planning for the future for families supporting individuals with developmental disabilities.

This 6-week virtual training series will focus on long-term planning and decision-making for families with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Sessions will be live on Zoom and include a mix of training from subject matter experts, discussion, and small group activities.

Topics:

  • Legal Planning
  • Financial Planning
  • Long-Term Supports
  • Selecting Caregivers
  • Healthcare Planning

The subject matter will be tailored toward the priorities and needs of the participants. Families will fill out a confidential pre-event survey.

Sessions will be held on six consecutive Tuesday evenings via Zoom starting on August 9 and ending on September 13 from 7:30pm-8:45pm.

Hosted by: The Atlanta Regional Commission/Empowerline & Peter and Paul’s Place, Inc.

For more information and registration, please click here.

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