Spring 2004 series of workshops by Planned Lifetime Networks


Saturday Mornings: 9:30 am12:00 noon in the Potter’s Room
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Weber and Queen in Kitchener
Corner of Queen and Weber (parking lot north of building)
Free: To register call us at 519 – 746 – 1188 or email  plnwwo@sympatico.ca 

1. April 24 Planning Personal Relationships,
Karen Klee of Disability Services Access Centre will help us understand what healthy relationships look like for our sons and daughters as well as discuss sexuality and our growing/grown children.

2. May 1 Planning for Our Wills 
Peter Brennan of Amy, Appleby and Brennan law firm will bring us information about Henson trusts, Comfort trusts, the impact of ODSP and so on to help us plan good wills.

3. May 8 Planning for Individualized Funding
Wolfgang Strauss will help us understand the essentials of individualized funding and why it is important to ensure a good life for our relatives.

4. May 15 Planning for After We’re Gone
Elizabeth Bloomfield will explain how to use Microboards, known in
Ontario as Aroha, to create a legal entity that can administer funds and manage services on behalf of your relative after your death or inability.

Everyone deserves a good life!

Thanks to the Law Foundation of Ontario, Extend-A-Family and St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Kitchener for their support of this series.