Friday, April 14, 2023; 12:00-1:00 pm EST
Considering housing for your adult child with autism? Come learn about innovative options available in New Jersey. We will review current housing options, funding streams, and how to get the process started.
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This webinar is part of our Innovations in Autism Webinar Series for parents and professionals. View additional webinar topics here.
Lisa Parles, Esq. is a partner in the law firm Parles Rekem, LLP and the parent of a 32 year old son with autism. Her practice focuses on representing individuals with disabilities and their families in the areas of early intervention, special education, transition and adult services, residential placements, reasonable accommodations, insurance coverage, and guardianships.
In addition to representing individuals with disabilities and their families, she has also represented numerous non-profit organizations in the disabilities community. She is a founding member of The Nation Council on Severe Autism, a non-profit organization that advocates for recognition, policies, and solutions to address the needs of the growing population of individuals, families, and caregivers affected by severe forms of autism and related disorders. She has played a central role in national advocacy efforts, particularly in the area of housing.
Ms. McCauley Parles earned her BA with honors from Hamilton College and her JD from Rutgers University School of Law Newark in 1987.
If you missed the other webinars in the series, recordings are available now in our video library