Power of Attorney Clinic
October 30, 2022 –
Once a child turns 18, parents no longer have the authority to make medical or financial decisions. A power of attorney enables parents to help their adult children with disabilities manage financial, legal and healthcare decisions, without their children giving up the right to make decisions for themselves.
Join the Macks Center for Jewish Connections as experts discuss how to protect your child’s future with the power of attorney. Following our speakers, young adults with disabilities may complete the power of attorney forms (including the halachic living will), with a notary present.
Yosef Fried, Attorney, Walsh & Company
Dr. Arik Marcell, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Rabbi Daniel Rose, Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion Congregation
Miryam Yarmak, School Psychologist
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