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Events of Interest to WisconSibs and their Families

Below are some events by other agencies or organizations that may be of interest to siblings (children through adults):

Thursday, May 20th, 6 pm : Wishes for Their Future with Jennifer Brownell – Seth’s Coffee- Little Chute, WI

This workshop is designed to help families prepare for the financial futureof their child(ren), or other dependents, with special needs.
Topics to be discussed:  -Government Benefit Eligibility  -ABLE Act  -Special Needs Trust & Letter of Intent

More info [email protected] | 920-931-2611

 

Monday, April 12th, 5pm: Let’s Talk, With Elder Law Attorney Ben Adams!

Attention parents and adult siblings of people with disabilities:
Planning ahead for your care should include advance planning for lifetime decision-making, creating valid documents, and learning about legal strategies that will benefit you and your loved ones. Join us for a riveting conversation with Elder Law Attorney Ben Adams. This is FREE advice from an attorney! This Zoom session is FREE but advance registration is required. REGISTER

Presented by Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership  More events by Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership

Agencies and organizations

Here are links to the websites of agencies and organizations across the state and in the Fox Valley that serve individuals and families affected by disability and long-term illnesses.

Know of one that should be listed here, but isn’t?  Click here to send us a message.

Upcoming events –

Fox Cities Kidz Expo – Watch for announcements about new date.

Videos and other web info –

photo-of-gillespie-family-in-able-act-videoABLE Act – This video appeared on CNBC News about how the Gillespie family (children attend WisconSibs Sib Camp) see using ABLE accounts to plan for their child with Down Syndrome. http://www.cnbc.com/2016/07/29/special-needs-families-get-new-100k-savings-tool.html

 

Statewide (and beyond) agencies

Fox Valley/Northeastern Wisconsin agencies

Other websites/blogs/research