Video Description: This is the first part, in a two part webinar series, introducing the basics of Supplemental Need Trusts (SNTs) and will go over the various types of SNTs (Pooled trusts vs. Individual trusts, 3rd party trusts vs. Self-settled trusts). How to use a SNT to eliminate Medicaid 'Spend Down', what expenses may be paid by an SNT, and how ABLE accounts and SNTs differ, will be covered.

Date: 11/6/2019

Author: Presented by Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program, Director, Valerie Bogart.

Presentation Slides: Using Supplemental Needs Trusts to Retain Public Benefits, Part One and Two (PDF)

Webinar Recording: Using Supplemental Needs Trusts to Retain Public Benefits, Part One (External Link to YouTube)

Video Description: The human body is complex. This webinar will enhance your ability to anticipate community resources needed by people with chronic health issues by providing a basic understanding of the major organs of the body and some common problems.

Date:  3/26/2019

Author:  Presented by the Open Doors Transition Center Nurse, Laura Bingell, RN.

Presentation Slides:  Organs of the Body and Things That Go Wrong (PowerPoint), 

Organs of the Body and Things That Go Wrong (PDF)

Webinar Recording:  Organs of the Body and Things That Go Wrong

Video Description: New York State’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) recently released new regulations, effective January 1, 2019, which update the definitions for what constitutes lobbying – including direct contact lobbying and grassroots activity - and the requirements for reporting. This webinar outlines what is a reportable lobby activity, if your ILC should be reporting, and how to go about doing so.

Date: 11/19/18

Author: Hosted by NYAIL, presented by NYAIL’s Lobbyist, Kevin Cleary. Kevin has over 36 years’ experience in the workings of State Government in Albany, as a lobbyist, consultant, key legislative staff person, regulator and service provider.

Presentation Slides: Lobbying in New York State

 Webinar Recording: Overview of New York State’s Lobbying Law and Regulations