Attorneys Maini and Solomon Discuss Housing for Adult Children With Disabilities
There is a growing need for alternative living environments for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Often, housing and other needs of these adults are met by their families, the State of Connecticut or by agencies that operate private programming models funded by the State (approximately 150 licensed providers in Connecticut).
As the population of adults with special needs expands and legacy services are phasing out, we anticipate a shortage of appropriate residential options. We know parents are very concerned about the future living arrangements of their adult child with special needs and parents are examining their alternatives.
Cohen and Wolf, P.C. has teamed with Heather LaTorra of Marrakech, Inc. Together, we hope to explore those alternatives with parents and help them take the lead in customizing a solution that meets their needs and the needs of their child.
Complimentary seminar to be held at the Norwalk Inn on June 8, 2016 5:00 p.m. Contact Melissa Donovan (203) 368-0211 to register.