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Life planning seminar slated

“Life Planning for Persons with All Disabilities” will be presented from 6 to 8 p.m. May 2 at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library, 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd.

The free seminar and slide presentation will discuss “Providing for Your Child’s Future When You Are No Longer Around.” The program is sponsored by NAMI of Tahoe. The purpose of the seminar is to simplify and review the basic planning steps so people can begin to complete their own personal plan today. Information will include how parents can provide for their child with disabilities so he or she will have a meaningful lifestyle when the parents are no longer around. Also covered will be how the “extras” and “warm fuzzies” parents are providing can be continued and not jeopardize government benefits.

The presenter will be Donald F. Morford, ChLAP, a former educator and administrator in the public schools for children with special needs. He is currently an estate planner and is the Northern California director for Life Planning for Persons with Disabilities and has lectured throughout the state on the topic of estate planning for families with special needs.



For more information call Diana Hankins at (530) 577-4740.


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