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Presentation on Estate Planning and Guardianship for Mentally Disabled Family Members, August 10

Aug 01, 2019 01:22PM ● By Hannah Ott

Aurora - On August 10, NAMI KDK, an affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness, will sponsor an informative Saturday Coffee from 9-11am. It will be at Old Second Bank, 37 S. River Street, 2nd floor Trust Department in Aurora.

”Estate Planning for Disabled Family Members” will be presented by Michele A. Morgan, CTFA VP & Trust Admin Officer. Topics will include: Special Needs Trusts; Guardianships and Mental Health Resources.

The public is welcome to attend this free Saturday Coffee held on various Saturdays every other month from 9-11am. 

"Join us for coffee and light refreshments to learn more about what NAMI KDK offers in mental health education, advocacy and support for families and individuals living with mental health conditions," shares NAMI KDK.

For further information, please check namikdk.org, email: education@namikdk.org or call 630-896-6264.


About NAMI: NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is "a United States-based advocacy group originally founded as a grassroots group by family members of people diagnosed with mental illness" (wikipedia.org). NAMI serves Kane-south, DeKalb and Kendall Counties (KDK). 

The mission of NAMI KDK is to provide mental health education, support and advocacy for individuals, family members and communities. NAMI KDK is located at 400 Mercy Lane in Aurora. Visit namikdk.org.


Source: Carol Klopp, Volunteer Coordinator via education@namikdk.org, info@namikdk.org and events@spingo.com