Due to demand, the Special Assistance Network has added Spanish speaking personnel in our South Orlando Branch Office to assist those families that only speak Spanish and need the assistance of the services provided by the Special Assistance Network for their Special Needs family members.
The Special Assistance Network was honored when asked previously by the Macy’s Department Stores (Macy’s, Inc.) to be a member of it’s “Give Back Task Force” to the communities it serves. This weekend, the Special Assistance Network and Macy’s partnered in one of their major stores for one of their well publicized events known as “Friends and Family” events, where Macy’s provided an in-store booth for the Special Assistance Network to discuss and present how the Special Assistance Network and Macy’s were working together to assist Special Needs families.
After recently presenting a seminar on Special Needs Trusts to the Advocates for Adult Children with Intellectual Disabilities (AACID), the organization graciously presented to the Special Assistance Network (SAN) and its staff a “Certificate of Recognition for outstanding generosity and dedication to community service in its work with Special Needs children and adults.”
The Special Assistance Network (SAN) was recently asked and made a presentation to a large group of parents with children and adult individuals with various disabilities about the benefits of Special Needs Trusts. The Special Assistance Network provided a two hour presentation and a follow-up one-on-one individual question and answer period for all the attending parents. There were numerous members of the Special Assistance Network available at this presentation and available so all questions were answered in a timely manner. The Special Assistance Network appreciates the opportunity made available from the national organization “Advocates for Adult Children with Intellectual Disabilities” (AACID) to make such a timely presentation and to be exposed to so many parents with questions that could be answered by SAN for their benefit.
The Special Assistance Network is honored to be asked to join the Macy’s “Give Back Task Force” that has been established to assist communities at large. Macy’s Department Stores (Macy’s, Inc.) is a large nationwide retail corporation founded in New York City that partners with select non-profit organizations throughout the country to extend and promote goodwill throughout the communities it serves. The Special Assistance Network is honored to be invited into this select group of providers that are here to help the people of the communities it serves.
As of October 8, 2018, the Special Assistance Network now has staff authorized as licensed agents to provide UnitedHealthcare medical insurance to special needs individuals of any age. We can offer and sign up special needs individuals that are on Medicare and Medicaid for the supplemental plans they need and have requested: the UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete LP (HMO SNP) in Florida and the UnitedHealthcare Dual Complete RP (PPO SNP) in Florida. This is exciting news because there have been many inquires for this and it is now available through the Special Assistance Network.
Special Assistance Network is pleased to announce that it has partnered with and is listed with eParent.com as a Special Needs Resource throughout the United States in their Special Needs Resource Directory. eParent is a nationwide corporation based in Los Angeles, California that screens and resources viable information for Special Needs individuals and their families throughout the United States. They provide current relevant information and screen authorized providers to assist individuals no matter what their situation is. Special Assistance Network is pleased and proud to be associated with this organization as one of their authorized providers.
The Special Assistance Network is proud to announce that the "GreatNonprofits" organization of Redwood Shores, California has included the Special Assistance Network in their latest listing of the GreatNonprofits publication and internet listing. The GreatNonprofits organization continually reviews and lists only those quality nonprofit organizations that are growing and doing good in the community. The Special Assistance Network qualified to be included in such a prestigious listing due to its continuing growth, consistency of practice, knowledge, professionalism, and ability to assist families with Special Needs individuals of all ages throughout the United States. The Special Assistance Network is proud and honored to be listed with GreatNonprofits as a qualified great nonprofit organization and will continue to assist the special needs community in any manner it can.
The Special Assistance Network is pleased to announce the acquisition of advisory firm Unlimited Individual Asset Advisors. Unlimited Individual Asset Advisors (a wealth management firm that works with all types of trust assets) agreed to join the Special Assistance Network to assist in helping clients in working with various types of assets that clients desire to place in their respective Special Needs Trusts. Special Assistance Network assists clients with traditional and non-traditional assets in their respective administration of such trusts. The addition of experienced trust asset advisors to the Special Assistance Network will enhance the services of the Special Assistance Network for any client requesting such assistance. The Special Assistance Network continues to grow at a consistent steady pace and will continue to be the most reasonably priced third-party trust administrators in the United States.
The Special Assistance Network will also continue to work with any outside advisor, as it always has, to enhance the life and needs of any special needs individual through education, empowerment, and endowment.
In November 2017, in a court filing in the District Court for the City and County of Denver, Colorado, the District Court recognized and approved the Special Assistance Network to assist a family in need with a Special Needs adult in conjunction with their individual Special Needs Trust. The attorney of record advised that the District Court not only recognized the Special Assistance Network for its work in assisting families but also put its stamp of approval of recommending the Special Assistance Network to other families in need for these needed services. The Special Assistance Network is very pleased about this judicial recognition and will continue to earn people's trust throughout the United States as it expands it services nationwide.
Special Assistance Network is listed as an authorized non profit charity with "ebay for Charity." Donations will be accepted thru the "ebay for Charity" website along with "PayPal" that is listed on the Special Assistance Network website. Special Assistance Network is an IRS authorized 501(c)(3) organizations and your contributions may be tax deductable depending on your tax status. As always, please check with your tax advisor. All donations will be greatly appreciated.
The Special Assistance Network is pleased to announce that it has been included and listed in the "Bright Feats Resource Guide" for people with special needs and on its internet website. Special Assistance Network will assist anyone with the creation and third-party trust administration of Special Needs Trusts for individuals that have any form of disability or special needs nationwide.
The Special Assistance Network is pleased to announce that it has been included and listed in the "Autism Speaks Resource Guide" nationwide and on the internet. Special Assistance Network will assist anyone with the creation and third-party trust administration of Special Needs Trusts for individuals that have autism or any other special needs nationwide.
The Special Assistance Network (SAN) was featured and interviewed for 30+ minutes on Chicago's nationwide internet talk radio show on June 22, 2017. Radio host Leonard Birdsong interviewed the Special Assistance Network on his "Talk Zone Legal Channel" and endorsed the Special Assistance Network and everything they are doing. Anyone can listen to a replay of the broadcast by going to talkzone.com and searching for this broadcast. Since the broadcast, the Special Assistance Network has received numerous inquiries from individuals, attorneys and advisors from Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Colorado, Missouri and Utah. The Special Assistance Network is very grateful for this opportunity and publicity. The Special Assistance Network thanks the Chicago radio station and its host and hopes the new found success will continue moving forward and expand across the United States as the Special Assistance Network continues to grow at a steady rate.
The Special Assistance Network is pleased to announce the opening of a second office with additional staff to serve the needs of special needs families.
In addition to the main office for the Special Assistance Network, located at 3825 Emerald Estates Circle, Apopka, Florida 32703; the Special Assistance Network has opened a second office located at 7479 Conroy Windermere Road, Suite D, Orlando, Florida 32835.