Started over 14 years ago by a parent, the ValeriesList.com enewsletters continue to provide news and resources to over 2,800 individuals, and growing, in Southern California who are involved in the ASD community. The enewsletters contain information about articles, events, non-profit activities, parent inquiries, programs offered by professionals and private schools, research, support groups, and other items of interest.
Information about Sponsorships of ENewsletter and Website:
Sponsorships are now open to professionals who would like to advertise products and/or services they provide to the autism community. Nonprofits are also very welcome to advertise themselves and/or their events that they want to highlight. Sponsorships are also available to persons with ASD's, parents or close family members of children with autism who have their own business. (You do need to have a website for your business.) For more info on how to become a sponsor, please email ValeriesList@aol.com.
Blue Roses Girls, where all girls who experience social, sensory, cognitive, and physical differences are welcome.
Please join us on March 21st as families, friends, professionals, and others from across Southern California come together to support those with autism in our community!
Register today for the lowest prices of the season. Plus, save an additional 15% off through December 31st by entering discount code HOLIDAY at check out.
100% of the proceeds stay right here, supporting multiple San Diego initiatives, programs, and classrooms that bring hope, greater understanding, and new opportunities to thousands of individuals with autism each year. Because everyone can be a Superhero!
Seminar: Conservatorships and Alternatives -- What they are and why you need one! -- February 11, 2015
Hosted by ValeriesList and Presented by Attorney Philip Lindsley
February 11, 2015
9am to 12noon
Four Points by Sheraton
8110 Aero Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
A Limited Conservatorship is a special type of conservatorship for adults with developmental disabilities. Any person under age 18 has limited legal rights in the management of their finances or personal affairs. The parents of a minor child will, correspondingly, enjoy robust legal rights regarding the affairs and conduct of their child until they are 18. However, a child with a disability may not be ready, or ever be ready, for the presumed launch at age 18 into the responsibilities of adulthood. Their parents may need to continue as they always have in guiding, providing, and protecting their child. Unfortunately, schools, health care providers and others must, without a conservatorship, assume that the parent's legal rights have terminated when the child turns 18, and that the new adult is in full command of all their rights. This includes the rights to privacy, preventing providers and agencies from even discussing the affairs of the young adult with their parents or other family members. Click here to read on!
About the Speaker:
Certified Elder Law Attorney Philip P. Lindsley is a widely recognized elder and disability law attorney, and one of only two Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) in San Diego County. This specialization is accredited by the American Bar Association and the State Bar of California. Mr. Lindsley is also a State Bar of California Certified Legal Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law, and an Accredited Veterans Administration Attorney. He has been rated AV "Preeminent" by Martindale Hubble and a "SuperLawyer," both based on peer reviews. His practice is limited to Medi-Cal , VA and asset protection planning, special needs planning, estate planning, conservatorships and disability planning, Life Care Planning, probate and estate administration, and special needs trusts. He is licensed to practice in California and has been honored by election to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Read on...
Manning my booth at the Autism Speaks, Walk Now for Autism, San Diego on October 19, 2014!!!
Foggy Coast Ventures, Inc.