Attacking Difficult Reading Problems Through Special Education

Judy 2By Attorney Judith Saltzman


Recent statistics (Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 2012) tell us that 60,000 Ohio children are not proficient in reading by the end of third grade. What are some common causes of this epidemic?


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When NOT to Trust a Trust
Many married couples have established revocable trusts for one reason or other, and have transferred their homes to their trusts. Unfortunately, this sound and logical planning is turned on its head if one of the spouses becomes so ill as to require Medicaid-funded long-term care.

From Our Blog: Access to Sports for Children with Disabilities

By Attorney Judith Saltzman


The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U. S. Dept. of Education has issued a guidance opening opportunities for children with disabilities to participate in sports. The "Dear Colleague" letter, issued January 25, 2013, explains that equality of access under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act applies to extracurricular sports as well as to educational programming. Some of OCR's major points are: 


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 January 2013 Issue 



Paralegal Carol Culley completed the Elder Care Coordination (ECC) Certification Program



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Estate Planning Issues for Unmarried Partners

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Why Do I Need A Will and What Happens if I Don't Have One?

 - March 13 at 2 p.m., Rocky River


Ohio Elder Law Institute

- March 21-22, Columbus


What to Consider When Considering a Move to Independent Living or Assisted Living

 - April 9 at 10 a.m., Avon Lake


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