The Future is Now
Planning sessions for families of loved ones with developmental disabilities.
Create a plan for your child so their care continues when you are no longer able to provide it.
The Future is now is a two-part series designed to help caregivers and their family members make plans for the future. Throughout this journey of discovery, we will guide families in creating their own letter of intent. A letter of intent is a non-legal document that captures family desires and goals for the future. Creating a letter of intent can help families gain peace of mind that comes with having a plan.
Each session offers an opportunity to learn more about important topics:
- Hopes, dreams, and worries for the future
- Expanding personal networks
- Maximizing public benefits (SSI/SSDI/Social Security, STABLE accounts, and Trusts)
- Future living arrangements
- Supports for caregivers
- Keepers of the dream
Learn more about the same program that was offered in Hamilton County:
Parents, caregivers, individuals with developmental disabilities, and siblings are encouraged to attend as a family unit.
Wednesdays, October 2 and October 9 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided. Both sessions must be attended.
3431 Hamilton Middletown Rd, Hamilton, OH 45011
How will it work?
Sessions will be hosted by people with a passion for helping individuals and families prepare for the future. Participation is limited to eight families.
Breakout sessions, co-led by an advocacy team will be offered for the family members with a disability. Caregivers will have their own session. An expert speaker will present each session on the topics listed above. Family members will have a chance to ask questions and interact with one another.
For more information or to register, contact Bri Combs at email@example.com or 513-785-2884. The Future is Now will be offered again in 2020 to accommodate various schedules. Please check back if you are unable to attend this first program.