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Jeff spoke with Jacqi Dix of Personal Access Solutions about the about the things people need to consider when looking to make your home more accessible to accommodate for a disability or to age in place.
Jeff speaks with Wendy Partin, the Executive Director of the White Plains Children’s Center in Cary about identifying children who may have developmental issues.
Jeff speaks with Wendy Partin, the Executive Director of the White Plains Children’s Center in Cary about the benefits of inclusion and its place in education.
Jeff spoke with Evonne Hopkins, a family law attorney with Hopkins Law Firm located in Raleigh. They discussed the unique legal issues parents of special needs children face when divorcing.
The buzzwords of tablets and social media have jumped over the age-barrier and now serve as an integral part of organization. Four such companies have taken to the forefront to bridge the gap between crucial information and a near-limitless, secure style of storing information. CareZone, AboutOne, Cozi, and MotherKnows have all offered their unique services to help ease the lives of caretakers, patients and families. In this article, we will compare and contrast these four companies to see which truly help alleviate the stress of families, caretakers and patients alike.
The following was written by Dr. Loan Huynh of Optimal [...]
I am pleased to introduce myself as the newest staff member of the firm. I joined Jeff’s team in October and will be assisting with client development activities. The staff has been wonderful and made me feel comfortable from day one. Even Brandeis and Ginsburg seemed to give me a warm welcome with a few heart-felt croaks. I was looking forward to working with the firm since my initial interview with Kathy. During our meeting we discussed the areas in which Jeff concentrates his practice. His legal services and estate planning for people with special needs was of particular interest, as it would be for anyone whose child has a disability. My son “Jake” was born with cognitive dysfunction and processing issues.