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COVID-19 Update from NCA

Ann Koerner

COVID-19 Update from NCA
 

To our clients, friends and colleagues:

I write amid unprecedented times for us all. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has disrupted every aspect of daily life, causing uncertainty and anxiety across...

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Family Relocation and Optimal Education Placement

Kristen Sabo

Family Relocation and Optimal Education Placement
 

Teamwork at National Care Advisors consistently leads to improving the quality of life for individuals with special needs while preserving necessary resources that will be critical to maintain...

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Effective Planning for a Family with Special Needs Considerations

Adam Earl

Effective Planning for a Family with Special Needs Considerations
 

Ann Koerner, President and Founder of NCA, and Martin Shenkman, attorney at Shenkman Law in Fort Lee, NJ, were recently published in Trusts and Estates discussing collaborative professional...

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Reaching Settlement – Future Care Cost Projection

Adam Earl

Reaching Settlement – Future Care Cost Projection
 

Personal injury attorneys are approached daily by potential clients with claims of accident and injury. Vetting cases to review the scope of an injury, the potential liability and the value of the...

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National Care Advisors named to the 2018 Inc 5000 List!

Adam Earl

National Care Advisors named to the 2018 Inc 5000 List!
 

We are excited to announce that National Care Advisors has been named to the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. This position was earned based on the...

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Maximizing Medicaid Waiver Support

Eiszel Le

Maximizing Medicaid Waiver Support
 

Summary:

National Care Advisors was engaged by a bank trustee partner to assist a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury. The client had been awarded 50 hours per month of support services...

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Valuing, Preserving, and Maximizing Third Party Benefits

Adam Earl

Valuing, Preserving, and Maximizing Third Party Benefits
 

Providing care for individuals with special medical needs can be extremely expensive. Visits to medical providers, medications, home health care, durable medical equipment and other costs add up...

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The Value of Work, and Preserving Benefits

Ann Koerner

The Value of Work, and Preserving Benefits
 

For individuals with special needs, the transition to adulthood can be especially daunting because of vocational challenges and management of essential disability benefits.

Upon completion of...

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Client with Mental Illness and A Diminishing Family Trust

Ann Koerner

Client with Mental Illness and A Diminishing Family Trust
 

Summary:

A bank trustee had recently run an analysis of a client’s trust funds and came to a disturbing realization: The 48-year-old man diagnosed with schizophrenia was facing rising long-term...

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New School, New Beginning – A Case Study

Kristen Sabo

New School, New Beginning – A Case Study
 

Summary:

A seven year old boy and his family were referred to National Care Advisors to help support a move into a new house and school district. Because the child would be switching school...

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