Online Tools for Moms and Families to Stay Organized

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.

Marketing Assistant, Leah Campbell, Joins Firm

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.

2017-05-20T16:43:25-05:00November 4th, 2014|Company News, Special Needs|

How To Tell If Your ASD Child Might Benefit From Dietary Changes

As you may know, a number of my clients have children or grandchildren who have autism or autism spectrum disorders. One of my clients, Beth Secosky, has seen an amazing reduction in her son's ASD symptoms through the use of diet. Beth has spent years studying the role of diet in autism and other developmental disabilities and has become a motivational health coach helping parents explore whether diet might benefit their child and how the parents might implement dietary changes.

2017-05-20T16:43:30-05:00July 9th, 2013|Special Needs|

Autism Awareness Month

Autism is the fastest growing serious developmental disability in the United States, costing families an average of $60,000.00 annually. While the economic cost is astounding, the more alarming statistics are how common Autism has become. While you are in the middle of taking your child to swim practice, doing laundry, and preparing your family’s meals, planning for the future seems like a far-off project. The thinking is “we don’t know what tomorrow holds-we need to take this day by day”. While such a mindset is understandable, it is important to realize the danger of not planning. As the old saying goes, “we don’t plan to fail; we fail to plan.”

2017-05-20T16:43:31-05:00April 16th, 2013|Company News, Special Needs|

Mr. Marsocci Publishes Special Needs Planning Book; Firm Launches Special Needs Website

One of the most critical areas of life and estate planning is providing protection for special needs children and beneficiaries. In supporting the needs of children and adults dealing with physical and mental challenges, theU.S.government is pretty good when compared to many other nations. However, the government is also very stringent in making sure that the person receiving support has no other means of support. This often leads to a quandary because parents and other relatives want to provide support in their estate planning documents, but parents know all too well that this well-intended support can quickly lead to a benefits being cut off until all of the inherited money is spent.

2017-05-20T16:43:33-05:00July 25th, 2012|Company News, Legal Info, Special Needs|
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