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Planning for Aging Parents or People with Special Needs  

The parent-child relationship is pretty well defined. Children generally don’t advise their parents. It’s the other way around. However, this dynamic can shift as parents get older and children become adults. This becomes especially prevalent when considering estate planning and elder law issues. Learn what options are available to assist elderly family members and those with special needs.

Estate planning can be difficult and hard to talk about. This class is one in a three part series that will navigate the various estate planning and elder care planning subjects and break down the process. Experts in the field will lead discussions on topics such as the basics of estate planning, wills vs. trusts, the emotional side of estate planning, how to have difficult conversations for end of life care, and how to plan for long term or nursing home care. Classes can be taken individually or the whole series can be taken at a discounted price.

Other courses in this series are:
Estate Planning 101
Emotional Side of Estate Planning/Compassionate End of Life Conversations

To register for all three classes at a discounted rate, click here.

This class series is offered in partnership with SPSCC Foundation.


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