Join Futures Academy and PAUSE4kid’s for a presentation on parenting of children with special needs.
Friday, January 24 • 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Futures Academy, 30700 Russell Ranch Rd., Suite 180, Westlake Village
Guest Speaker: Amity Grimes, BSN, MA, RN – professional Parent Educator Continue reading
In 2019, the San Fernando Valley Business Journal named Terri Hilliard as one of The Valley 200: The Most Influential Leaders In The Valley Area.
In October, 2019, Pacific Coast Business Times honored Terri Hilliard Olson, principal Terri Hilliard, PC, in their list of Who’s Who Professional Services.
On July 24th I attended a dinner celebrating the San Fernando Valley Business Journal Top 200, and I was one of the honorees! What fun that was!
As always, thank YOU for your support!
Hello Friends – I am honored and very pleased to report that the VCReporter
has chosen me as one of their Ventura County Local Heroes
. And what a wonderful group of people I’m joining – you can read about them here: bit.ly/2FQmFKN
The earthquakes, fires, floods and emergencies force the Southern Californian to ask vital questions such as: What is Your Plan? Who are “your people?” Where will you go?
Local attorney Terri Hilliard recalls the phone calls she received during the fires. “We had clients living in Continue reading
Aging is our challenge and our privilege.
Our friends or family are of great comfort as we get older, and yet we still may encounter obstacles. Family meetings are considered a major source of ongoing communication. While it is common to delay conversations and discuss wishes, the reality is that death or incapacity can come at any time. Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
has designated May as National Elder Law Month.
The NAELA is a membership organization of attorneys serving older Americans and people with special needs. One of the group’s main goals is to encourage attorneys to Continue reading
It’s an important topic, so important that a variety of of national, state and community organizations have collaborated to recognize April 16 as National Healthcare Decisions Day.
It’s a day dedicated to ensuring that all adults in the United States who have decision-making capacity Continue reading
According to the United States Census Bureau, some 27 percent of Americans 65 and older are living alone. That number of seniors is growing at a rate of about 10,000 every single day.
Baby Boomers, born from around 1946 to 1964, now number over 70 million. They tend to live alone more often. This huge population has experienced higher divorce rates and lower number of children than any other generation, leaving many Boomers venturing out on their own in their later years.