Thousands of advocates for older, blind, and disabled New York State residents rely on PLI’s New York Elder Law for useful, authoritative guidance on the legal issues confronting their clients and on the ways these practitioners can work more effectively with various federal and state agencies to help their clients.
New York Elder Law taps experts in their respective fields to cover the latest legal issues and pertinent figures with regard to Social Security; Supplemental Security Income; Social Security and SSI Disability; Medicare; Supplemental Medical Insurance; Medicaid for the elderly, blind and disabled; home care; protective services; housing; nursing homes; health care decision-making; veteran’s benefits; and retirement plans.
New York Elder Law contains numerous checklists to save you time and help you stay up to speed with rapidly changing laws and numbers, including up-to-date eligibility and benefit levels, benefit checklists for older adults, and flow charts for step-by-step guidance through complex appeals processes.
Updated at least once a year, New York Elder Law is an essential handbook for attorneys, health care professionals, social workers, financial planners, and other advocates for older clients.
”Written by the premier authority on elder law in New York, this is an important source book with a winning combination of practical and technical legal information … It puts a powerful tool in the hands of the practitioner.”
—Daniel G. Fish, President, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
”[New York Elder Law is] an excellent resource for those who help serve older persons in New York.”
—Nancy M. Coleman, Director, American Bar Association, Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly
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