PTSD, short for posttraumatic stress disorder, is a mental health condition that can occur after someone experiences a traumatic event like combat, an assault or a disaster.  

You could have PTSD if your normal responses to trauma - like feeling scared, keyed up or sad - do not get better after about a month, or they get worse.

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ABLE Act Accounts Help People with Disabilities Save for the Future

The federal ABLE Act, signed into law in December 2014, provides a savings account opportunity for people with disabilities and their families. In Ohio, these accounts are known as "STABLE" accounts.

To take advantage of the ABLE Act, you must have significant disabilities that began before the age of 26.

Click here for more details about ABLE Account features and eligibility requirements in a valuable Q&A written by Logan Philipps and published by the Ohio State Bar Association.

Upcoming Events

June 14, 2017 Special Needs Planning in Domestic Relations Presentation to  Friedman & Mirman

July 12, 2017 Gahanna Lunch and Learn
Planning and Preparing for Long Term Care Costs
Presentation to Gahanna Senior Center 

July 19, 2017 Elder Care Planning Strategies Presentation to  Stonebridge Financial 

August 15, 2017 Coffee, Tea & Autism + Friendship Circle/LifeTown ABLE Account 
Presentation at the  Lori Schottenstein Chabad Center 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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