Join us this Sunday for a workshop on Crisis Prevention and Management
Our Parent Peer Support Group meets on Wednesdays from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. for parents with a middle or high school child who is challenged with mental health symptoms. The peer support group is designed to be a safe, confidential place to share your experiences and learn from others. The group is facilitated by Nancy Dever and Debbie Gillespie and will be held at Wayne Presbytarian Church, Room 207, 125 E. Lancaster Ave, Wayne. For questions or to RSVP, contact Nancy Dever at email@example.com or call 610-574-3319.
Feature of the Week: Problem-solving as a Wellness Tool
Problem-solving promotes wellness for individuals with mental illness and their family members. People who cope effectively with problems tend to work on one problem at a time, learn from mistakes, abandon what does not work, and stay open to suggestions from others. For more info, see https://namipamainline.org/problem-solving-as-a-wellness-tool/.
Main Line Rehab Special Needs Workshop will be on Thursday, October 26, from 5-7 p.m. at Comfort Suites (700 Uwchlan Ave. in Exton, PA). This workshop will provide an overview of financial & estate planning for families that have dependents with special needs. Presenters will address critical areas of concern, such as navigating and maximizing government benefits through an overview of programs such as SSI/SSDI, Waivers & Social Security. The workshop will also address important estate planning considerations such as Wills, Special Needs Trusts, and the differences between Guardianship and Powers of Attorney. Finally, it will make attendees aware of how special needs financial planning is different than traditional financial planning. Strategies will be presented to address funding of special needs trusts, tax planning considerations, and ensuring quality of life and lifetime care are maintained for loved ones. The goal is to make sure attendees learn the importance of integrating all the necessary pieces into one cohesive plan, so the vision they have for their child’s life can become a reality, whether they are here or not. For more information, please contact Pat Bergmaier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-317-4143.