Thursday April 21, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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Potential Inc. & Springtime School 
170 Pheasant Run
Suite 100
Newtown, PA 18940

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Gadi Naaman 
Potential Inc. 

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On April 21, 2016 (from 7:00 to 9:00 pm). Potential Inc. will conduct another seminar - Who will care for your child, if you no longer can?” - in its free 2016 seminar series. Presenters, Larry Enright, MBA, NCG, CSA, a Certified Professional Guardian and David T. Siegel, Esq., a special needs planning attorney, will share their cumulative experience.

The seminar is free. Refreshments and babysitting will be provided. Due to space limitations, registration is required. Attendees may register up to 4 guests. For more information and to register:               http://tinyurl.com/Potentialforparents2

As special needs children transition to adulthood, there are two very important questions that every parent must answer, they are: “Who will care for my child?” and “How will we afford that care?” Larry and David will cover government benefits, care management, and legal options for parents of special needs children. Topics covered include:

  • Who’s going to be involved in your child’s life when you no longer can?
  • Will you need a private advocate, guardian, or care giver for your child?
  • Will you need and do you qualify for public benefits such as SSI or Medical Assistance?
  • Will you need a special needs trust, an A.B.L.E. account, or private funding?
  • Will you need a successor care giver for your adult child—health advocate; agent under Power of Attorney or professionally certified guardian?
Potential, Inc. serves the Autism and Developmental Disabilities communities ages 1-64. Since its inception in 2006, Potential has served over 135 individuals and last year provided over 30,000 hours of treatment. Their therapists are trained in ABA-Verbal Behavior (VB), and services may be delivered at home, the clinic, a school, or in the community. Each client’s strengths and weaknesses are assessed to design a comprehensive program unique to his/her specific needs.