Special Education Advocate Mary Jo O’Neill and young adult author Carolee Dean discuss Carolee’s new book; Story Frames for Teaching Literacy: Enhancing Student Learning Through the Power of Storytelling. Mary Joe wrote the chapter on “Advocating for Students: The Family Story”.
Attorney David Banas and Care Coordinator Janelle Leonard teamed up with McGregor Senior living, discussing today’s reality of estate planning and care as you age. They talked about communication with family, legal options, living arrangements and more.
Join Elder Law Attorneys David Banas, Ethan Welch and George Aljoe over a good cup of coffee as they provide tips to help alleviate stress as you plan for your future. Our monthly chats will discuss estate planning basics, caring for loved ones with a disability, Medicaid, and what to do if you or a spouse need nursing care.
David Banas and special guest Ervis Mellani from Ownership Advisors, Inc. will discuss how to pay for nursing home care. Our chat will touch on topics like long-term care insurance, Veteran benefits, Medicaid and more! Good decision-making takes solid information and thoughtful guidance, let’s come together to help secure your future. RSVP!
If you are caring for an older family member or loved one with a disability, you know it’s not always easy to anticipate their needs. Attorney David Banas and Care Coordinator Janelle Leonard discuss planning and care services that are designed to help families address immediate needs, as well as the plan for the years ahead.
We’ve created our March virtual events with you in mind!
Planning for your future right now can be confusing and overwhelming, and it’s not always easy to anticipate the needs of older family members or loved ones with a disability. Our complimentary virtual programs will cover estate planning, communication with family, care advocacy, legal options and more.
We hope you’ll join our virtual discussions for support and guidance as you plan for the years ahead, and advocate on your loved one’s behalf.
We are delighted to announce that Attorney George O. Aljoe has joined the firm. He will concentrate his practice on elder law, particularly Medicaid planning, as well as general estate planning, asset protection, guardianships and probate.
George comes to Hickman & Lowder with several years of elder law experience, where he successfully helped clients navigate the Medicaid application process and ensured they received the dignified long-term care they needed. George graduated from Ohio University in 2005 with a degree in History and earned his law degree in 2015 from the University of Akron School of Law.
George is a member of the Stark County Bar Association Elder Law Committee, and he lives in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, with his wife Ellyn and daughter Rose.