Creative Workforce Solutions Conference: Meet Douglas Vogel of MassMutual SpecialCare
A virtual conference to promote special needs focused entrepreneurship and social enterprises.
Douglas A. Vogel is a Special Care Planner with Lee, Nolan & Koroghlian, a MassMutual firm with over 30 years of experience helping families plan for the financial security of their dependents with special needs needs. Doug has authored numerous articles on advocacy and special needs estate planning and is nationally recognized as one of the leading professionals on estate planning for families with children or other dependents with special needs. He has been featured in many publications such as the New York Times, Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Forbes, The Special Parent, Reuters and CNN Money. He is also the proud dad of an adult daughter who has special needs.
What will I learn during this presentation?
Life Care Planning: Making the Future More Secure for your Dependent with Special Needs This workshop will discuss what a Life Care Plan is and the steps recommended to create one for a loved one with special needs. The workshop will address such critical issues as protecting government benefit eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid while working, creating Special Needs Trusts, and Financial Strategies including ABLE Accounts and preparing Letters of Intent. You will learn about the comprehensive steps, available resources, and necessary tools to help develop your personal agenda - a customized path that will keep you on track as you consider what’s right for your situation. Following the planning stages can help insure the type of care and quality of life for your loved one's well-being today and tomorrow.
Who should attend?
Families, Parents and caregivers. Also professionals serving the special needs population.
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