Washington, D.C (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
On May 1st , M&L Special Needs Planning, LLC – a special needs planning company located in Washington, D.C. – will release an informative online tutorial/guide to applying for two important government disability benefits: Supplemental Security Income/Medicaid and Social Security Disability Insurance/Medicare.
In SSI/Medicaid SSDI/Medicare, M&L founder and owner Maedi Tanham Carney, CFP®, CWIC provides a detailed discussion of exactly what these benefits are, how to apply for these benefits, and how to ensure that your loved ones with disabilities retain their eligibility for these benefits throughout their lives. As a part of this discussion, Carney provides specifics as to who is eligible, the monthly benefit amounts that recipients are entitled to, and the ways in which the employment activities of recipients can directly affect the benefit amounts. Carney, as the financial and life planning expert behind M&L Special Needs Planning, is very experienced with helping families apply for these benefits. In fact, M&L has a 100% success rate with applying for SSI/Medicaid and SSDI/Medicare in 2013. In this video, Carney translates this success into a number of extremely useful tips to help families ensure that they are handling the application correctly, and to increase their chances of being approved the first time around. Carney also delves into the medical coverage that accompanies SSI and SSDI, Medicaid and Medicare respectively.
The video will be released via the company’s innovative and one-of-a-kind online housing resource, the Independent Living Program and Housing Project database. This database contains more than 800 entries of independent living programs and housing options, service providers, and special needs organizations from across the United States. It also contains other very important housing information, i.e. journal articles, news articles, studies, and important financial information that is incredibly relevant to the special needs housing search. The special needs planning company also uses the database as a platform to provide subscribers will all the important information needed to make knowledgeable decisions about the future of their loved ones with disabilities; every month the financial and life planning experts release a video that is intended to help families tackle an important special needs planning task. May’s video release is the latest in this series of informational guides.
As this video is being released via that Independent Living Program and Housing Project database, it is only available to current subscribers. For more information about the database, to subscribe, or to watch the video in full, please visit the Housing section of M&L’s website, http://www.specialneedsplanning.net. M&L feels that it is important for subscribers and potential subscribers to know that this database is consistently updated to reflect new and changing housing programs, and to ensure that the special needs housing information is relevant and current. This feature was incorporated into the design of the website to ensure that parents can rely on the information they receive in the database. Subscribers to the database will be notified when these videos, and any other new information, is uploaded to the database.
M&L Special Needs Planning, LLC helps families plan for the future; whether it is financial, legal, or life planning, these knowledgeable experts can help families with special needs every step of the way. Through services such as their Comprehensive Special Needs Financial Life Plan, their special needs housing development initiatives, and their newly launched Independent Living Program and Housing Project these planning experts can help families secure financially stable, happy and independent adult lives for individuals with special needs. Those who wish to learn more about housing for individuals with disabilities and other financial and life planning services related to special needs planning can visit the M&L Special Needs Planning, LLC website and are encouraged to contact them for more information.