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BrandowLaw at Community Events

BrandowLaw regularly participates in community events designed for special needs families. We encourage you to visit us and allow us to answer whatever questions you may have.


As a service to the community, BrandowLaw regularly holds and participates in workshops of interest to special needs families.

Any agency or organization interested in a BrandowLaw workshop or seminar should contact us at 631-675-2540.

To view recordings of previous presentations about elder law, long-term care planning, special needs trusts, 17-A guardianship petitions and more, please CLICK HERE

"Annual Transition and Leisure Fair", hosted by

Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District


March 13, 2024 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Calhoun High School

1786 State Street, Merrick

Meet with Regina Brandow, Esq. of Brandow Law and several other vendors and agencies at this fair! The fair will provide information regarding recreation/ leisure and socialization programs for individuals of any ages, as well as information on day hab programs and other agencies that offer support after high school.

For more information, please contact:

Katie Lessig, District Transition Coordinator



"Preparing Your Child for the Future", hosted by Middle Country Central School District SEPTA committee


March 19, 2024 at 6:30pm

Dawnwood Middle School

10 43rd St., Centereach

Regina Brandow, Esq. of Brandow Law and

Bettina Pennon of Advance Care Alliance will be discussing:

* Guardianships

* Special Needs Planning



Any questions please contact:

Transition Coordinator Ashley Schultheis


phone: 631-285-8982

A Transition Planning Presentation for Parents of Older Adolescent & Adult Children with Special Needs, hosted by William Floyd School District Special Education Office

March 21, 2024 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Virtual presentation


Registration is required by March 18th.

Please click here to register for this presentation

Join this presentation by Regina Brandow, Esq. to learn more about:

* Guardianship * Alternatives to Guardianship

*Powers of Attorney * Healthcare Proxies

* Living Wills * Supported Decision-Making

* Special Needs Trusts

Any questions please contact:

Transition Coordinator Wendie Der, LMSW


phone: 631-874-1980

"A Transition Planning Presentation", hosted by

Half Hollow Hills Central School District Special Education Office


March 25, 2024 at 7:00pm

Attend in person at Central Office

525 Half Hollow Road

or join virtually via Zoom

Please register for this presentation by clicking here.

Regina Brandow, Esq. will cover topics including:

* Guardianship * Alternatives to Guardianship

* Special Needs Trusts * Financial/Estate Planning


Advance Care Alliance will discuss:

* Government Benefits and Entitlement (OPWDD/SSI)

* Understanding Eligibility * Application Process for Adult Services


Any questions please contact:

Nancy Massey


phone: 631-592-3368

"The Annual Agency Services Fair", 

presented by Eastern Suffolk BOCES


April 5, 2024 from 9:00am - 1:00pm

Sequoya Instructional Support Center

750 Waverly Ave., Holtsville


This agency services fair will be a wonderful opportunity to meet with a wide variety of service providers, including Regina Brandow, Esq. of Brandow Law, to prepare for the students and families you serve or for your own child's future.

Representatives from OPWDD and OMH services, as well as representatives for substance abuse, respite/hospital programs, service coordination, victim's services, financial planning, etc. will provide you with important information!

Any questions please contact:

Jennifer Farnum-Weber, LCSW-R


phone: 631-286-6963

For further questions feel free to contact this office:



Phone: 631-675-2540

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