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Life Care Planning for Families Who Have Children With Special Needs
October 22 @ 9:00 am - 10:45 am
This Program is for NAIFA-Arizona Members:
You have an opportunity to learn how to make a difference in the lives of your clients
by attending this ‘Special’ Webinar Program. (Includes One Hour Arizona CE Credit)
Date: October 22, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Must Register no later than October 16, 2020
Note: Must Register with NAIFA-Arizona by clicking registration button below in
order to receive CE credit. You will then receive another link which you will need
to click onto to register for the actual program. Upon second registration, you will
receive, from speaker Karen Starbowski, a confirmation & the Meeting Access
Link unique to you to use, to join on the actual date of the program.
Panel of three will address:
What happens to Parents when they don’t plan.
Special Needs Trusts & Guardianship.
How to create a Life Care Plan.
Karen Starbowski, CLU, ChSNC, Special Care Planner – Karen’s mission is to help
families plan for the future of their dependents with special needs by providing education and
financial solutions, which can help maintain a lifetime of quality care. As a Special Care Planner,
she assists with the development of valuable strategies to accommodate the diverse concerns of
special needs families.
Jon Meyers – Jon is Executive Director of The Arc of Arizona. Jon’s background in the non
profit sector spans nearly 30 years and ranges from the arts and education to social services. Prior
to joining The Arc, he held development and executive positions with, among others, The
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Arizona State University/ASU Foundation, Thunderbird School
of Global Management and Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Emily B. Kile, Esq. – Emily is Past President of the Arizona Chapter and a member of the
Academy of Special Needs Planners and the Special Needs Alliance. Her practice is focused on
estate planning and related matters, including Medicaid, VA and long term care planning, special
needs planning, guardianship and conservatorship issues and estate settlement/probate.
NAIFA-Arizona would like to invite you to participate in its Community Service Program by your consideration of making a donation, by check, payable to
FristPlace. Please send to NAIFAArizona, P. O. Box 4728, Scottsdale, AZ 85261. Thank you, in advance, for your generous support.
“First Place AZ” develops new residential models that maximize independence, community integration, personal enrichment and quality of life for individuals with autism and other neuro-disversities.
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