A webinar series designed to provide an overall basic understanding of special needs planning and is recommended for all persons interested in attending ASNP's 11th Annual Meeting in New Orleans on March 23-25, 2017.


 Free for ASNP Members

 Free for registered attendees of the 2017 ASNP Meeting

Non ASNP Members:
$475 for all 6 webinars
$95 for each individual webinar


Maximizing the Benefits of ASNP Membership

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on March 8th, 2017)

As ASNP's National Director, the phrase I hear most often from members is "I didn't know ASNP offered that." This webinar will provide a thorough overview of the myriad of membership benefits that ASNP offers. A few of the benefits discussed include ... Read More

Top Tips for Properly Administering Special Needs Trusts

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on February 15th, 2017)

The best-drafted special needs trust in the world does no good if the trustee (the person managing the trust) does not know what he or she is doing. A poorly performing trustee can cause loss of essential public benefits, loss of assets, and subject ... Read More

Overview of Planning for Person with a Disability's Asset Received Through Litigation, Inheritance, or Divorce

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on February 1st, 2017)

This seminar will cover the different planning tools available to the professional when planning for assets owned by the person with a disability. While special needs trusts are a primary planning tool, the professional has other options available to... Read More

Basics of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for Persons with Disabilities

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on January 11th, 2017)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is one of the primary financial benefits available to persons with disabilities. SSI is a federal program and run under federal rules. This seminar will provide an overview of SSI's disability and financial requirem... Read More

Medicare and Medicaid Overview for Persons with Disabilities

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on December 7th, 2016)

Medicaid and Medicare are government benefit health care programs generally available to persons with disabilities. Although these two benefits are commonly mistaken for one another, the eligibility for the two programs could not be more different. A... Read More

Fundamentals of Estate Planning for a Person with a Disability

Now Available on Video
(Recorded on November 16th, 2016)

Estate planning for a family member with special needs is one of the best services a special needs planner can provide. An advanced plan will provide comfort to families that their loved one is protected. A complete estate plan will address some of t... Read More