Friday February 8th 10am-3pm COnway Lakes Health & Rehab 5201 Curry Ford Road Orlando, FL 32817 (407)384-8838 We will be hosting a table at this health fair and encourage all to come and see what fun is taking place! Free health screenings will be offered in addition to the following services: – Blood Pressure Readings -Blood Glucose Testing -Therapy Consultations -Health Education -Exercise -Healthy Food Demonstrations -Senior Resources -Blood Mobile -Gait and Balance Testing -Pulse Oximetry Checks -Free Chair Massages -Urinary Incontinence Screening RAFFLES & PRIZES! JOIN THE FUN!
Live CLE Seminar January 29, 2013 • Orlando, FL The course covers the issues presented in representing older clients and those who are providing care for older clients. It will address ethical issues such as confidentiality and Conflicts of Interest, family and advisor involvement and conflict/confidentiality waivers. It will examine preventive documents such as powers of attorney and trusts and their use, along with determinations of incapacity and the attorney’s duties regarding the same, an overview of elder abuse laws and elder resources, the conservatorship/guardianship process for those needing court oversight of the care of their person and/or estate, and will end with an overview of Medicaid eligibility and planning. Patricia “Patti” Fuller is Board Certified in Elder Law by the Florida Bar. She specializes in Asset Preservation Planning, Medicaid, Special Needs Trusts, VA Benefits, Planning for Disability, Guardianship, Wills, Trusts, Advance Directives and Probate and Trust Administration. Patti is a VA Accredited Attorney and is admitted to practice in Florida and New York. She is Chairman of the Veterans Benefits Committee of the Florida Bar, Co-Chair of the Elder Law Committee of the Orange County Bar Association, a Board Member of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and a member of the Elder Law and Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Sections of the Florida Bar Association.
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Published: January 14, 2013
Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, will announce Tuesday a plan to hire every veteran who wants a job, provided that the veterans have left the military in the previous year and did not receive a dishonorable discharge.
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Now we can have an honest conversation about the costs and benefits of adding more uninsured Floridians to the state’s Medicaid rolls under a provision of the federal health reform law known as Obamacare. For after hyper-inflating the true cost, and getting pushback from legislative budget analysts, Gov. Rick Scott’s administration finally released a more realistic cost estimate for helping poor people get health care. And it’s a shocker. The new pricetag is about a fifth of what the governor has been leading us to believe.
Congress rang in the New Year by enacting legislation to save us all from the “fiscal cliff” the country was precariously dangling from – the “American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012”. The most important impact the legislation has on estate and gift taxes is that it makes the system that was in place over the past couple of years permanent. As far as estate and gift tax changes go, there weren’t many made in the new legislation.
Come out to the Winter Park Community Center on January 22nd at 6:00 pm to hear Heather C. Kirson, Esq. and Patti Fuller, Esq., B.C.S. speak on topics such as Medicaid Planning, VA benefits and Estate Planning. If you or someone you know is having to face the issue of how to pay for long-term care, this could be the perfect opportunity to learn how you can get help to pay for it! This is a free event and is open to the public. Please call (407) 422-3017 for more information
Come out to the Marks Street Senior Center on January 17th at 6:00 pm to hear Heather C. Kirson, Esq. and Patti Fuller, Esq., B.C.S. speak on topics such as Medicaid Planning, VA benefits and Estate Planning. If you or someone you know is having to face the issue of how to pay for long-term care, this could be the perfect opportunity to learn how you can get help to pay for it! This is a free event and is open to the public. Please call (407) 422-3017 for more information.
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The final budget deal Congress passed to avert the “fiscal cliff” repeals a long-term care insurance program that would have helped keep the elderly and disabled out of nursing homes and off the Medicaid rolls. In its place, the budget bill establishes a commission to come up with an alternative plan to make long-term care available for those who need it.
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Assisted living facilities offer basically the same services as board and care homes, but in a more “upscale” and homelike environment. Housing is often in small apartments and there is generally more space, privacy and recreational options. A premium is placed on retaining as much independence in living as possible, and care is more individualized.
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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides health care benefits to veterans. The plan covers a number of health care services, including preventative services, diagnostic and treatment services, and hospitalization. The VA also offers a number of long-term care options through its health plan. All enrolled veterans are eligible for the following services: