Roadmap to Adulthood Part 3: Self-Direction & Financial Planning with Stuart Flaum

Join us for the third installment of our Roadmap to Adulthood Series. On Wednesday, November 18, 2015, Stuart Flaum will present on Self-Direction and Financial Planning. RSVP below.

Stuart Flaum

Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Rebecca School, 40 East 30th Street (5th fl), NYC

Self-Direction and Financial Planning are life care strategies that are changing how parents and individuals with developmental disabilities reach for successful outcomes. At this workshop, Stuart will highlight the financial benefits, including choices, within self-directed budgets. In addition, he will discuss:

Stuart Flaum is the parent of a 22 year old son with developmental disabilities. Personally, he walks the walk. Professionally, he is the managing director of Special Needs Family Planning, a financial advisory firm that works primarily with families seeking holistic life care planning in NYC.

Stuart was appointed by Governor Cuomo in 2013 to serve on the Developmental Disability Planning Council and sits on the Children, Youth and Family Committee in Albany. Prior to the appointment, Stuart was one of two parent advocates acknowledged for their contribution leading to the creation of the Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs in New York State. In addition to serving as the Secretary of NAA NYM, Stuart is the former board member and treasurer of Parent to Parent New York State. Stuart served on the Planning Advisory Board, Devereux Glenholme School, a residential therapeutic school in CT.

Don’t miss this important workshop by a professional, parent and advocate.

Join Us for Upcoming Lectures in the Series

College and Other Post High School Options
Susan Yellin, Esq.
Director, Advocacy and Transition Services
The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education
Thursday, December 10th

Housing Options for Adults Affected by Autism
Joseph Campagna, Special Needs Housing Consultant
John Maltby, Director Community Support
Westchester Institute for Human Development
Wednesday, January 14th

Panel of Young Adults Affected by Autism
February (date TBA)