Pt. Pleasant SEPAC: Life After High School, Planning for Special Needs Families

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 Ocean Road Elementary School cafeteria, Pt. Pleasant, NJ 08742  See map

Life After High School Legal and Financial Planning 

Presented by Donald Brown, Met Life Special Needs Planner

The Point Pleasant Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) invites you to attend a workshop for parents of special needs children on "Financial Planning for Caregivers of Special Needs Children".  The presenter, Donald Brown, from Met Life Center for Special Needs Planning, will cover topics such as:  How to Begin the Planning Process, Government Benefit Eligibility, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Special Needs Trusts, Letter of Intent, and the importance of a Will.

Just a reminder - parents, teachers, grandparents and friends (in any community) are all welcome to attend the meetings.  Babysitting is also provided by the "High School Ambassadors", so feel free to bring along your children!  Refreshments will also be served, and we want the evening to be enjoyable and worth your time.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, the handouts and information are available to you at Handouts, Forms and Flyers

Our last meeting of the year is Wednesday, May 7th.  At this final meeting, we will be giving awards and recognition to outstanding community members, as well as holding elections for the following year.

Know someone who volunteers their time and energy to our special needs community?  Nominate them now!  
Nomination Form for Outstanding Community Members

Please join us if you can, and if you need additional information or assistance, feel free to reach out to your school representative: 

Co-Presidents - John & Regina McAllen 
Vice President - Nina Biggs
Secretary - Mary Craig 
Treasurer - Christine Spada
High School Rep - Mike Perrone
Memorial Middle School Rep - Maureen Martino 
Ocean Road Rep - Laura Burns
Nellie Bennett Rep - Jen Burgos
Out Of District Rep - Jackie Grantham



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