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Every human being
has a right to live life
to his or her fullest potential.

Desperation and fear
are Mankind's oldest enemies.
A society may fairly be judged
by the extent to which it spares
its most vulnerable citizens
from having to endure them.



Self-sufficiency is less satisfying
to the soul than caring
for one another.

As Mankind truly is one family,
what benefits any one of us
enhances the lives of us all.
Those of us with greater needs
enable their loved ones
by enabling them to feel needed.



Make it possible for people
(both the less and more fortunate)
to achieve peace of mind.

To love another
means you can't feel things
are okay until you know
they feel that way.
Your peace of mind
depends on knowing you've helped
bring peace of mind to the other.



Live and help live
Provide a person
with the means to live
a fuller life and you give more
meaning to yours.



Help those with special needs
attain greater independence
and security.

If only the strong were to survive,
wouldn't all of our lives
be greatly diminished?



Prepare. Protect. Provide.
The families who count on us
expect nothing less.




Family Event Calendar

08/01/2015
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Your Journey Through an Eight Step Special Needs Planning Program
Speaker: Mary Anne Ehlert, President and Founder, Protected Tomorrows
Sponsored by: 5P- Society Annual Conference
The Sheraton Keystone, 8787 Keystone Crossing
Indianapolis, IN
For more information, click here.
Description: 10am - Noon Eastern Standard Time

As family members of a person with a disability, we so often tend to view life in light of the challenges presented to us. This workshop offers a way to look at our lives in a whole new light. This presentation will uplift and entertain as well as provide a good basic understanding of some important future care planning facts. Participants will develop the foundation for their family's own personal Eight Step Future Care Plan. Some topics of discussion included in creating a care plan for your loved one with a disbaility: how to create a map of the future; how to prepare legally and financially; how to incorporate and maximize government benefits; how to prepare for transition; and how to communicate your Future Care Plan to your family.


09/15/2015
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Become a Protected Tomorrows Advocate
Speaker: Mary Anne Ehlert, President and Founder
Sponsored by: Protected Tomorrows, Inc.
103 Schelter Rd.
Lincolnshire, IL
For more information, click here.
Description: Did you ever think about making a REAL difference each and every day? What if you could build a consulting practice helping families with special needs, supported by a team of professionals who will teach you, guide you, and give you the tools to become successful? Learn our unique and comprehensive approach to helping families with their special needs planning, through our 8 Step Journey of Future Care Planning process.

Next Class is Scheduled for September 15-17, 2015.

Join us and See what A Difference YOU can make.

Space is limited, please contact Laura Naselli lnaselli@protectedtomorrows.com for program details.


10/29/2015
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Your Journey through an Eight Step Special Needs Planning Program
Speaker: Mary Anne Ehlert, President and Founder, Protected Tomorrows
Sponsored by: Stepping Stones of Transition, Illinois Statewide Transition Conference
Hyate Regency McCormick Place
Chicago, IL
For more information, click here.
Description: As family members of a person with a disability, we so often tend to view life in light of the challenges presented to us. This workshop offers a way to look at our lives in a whole new light.

This presentation will uplift and entertain as well as provide a good basic understanding of some important future care planning facts. Participants will develop the foundation for their family's own personal Eight Step Future Care Plan.

Some topics of discussion include creating a care plan for your loved one with a disbaility: how to create a map of the future; how to prepare legally and financially; how to incorporate and maximize government benefits; how to prepare for transition; and how to communicate your Future Care Plan to your family.


11/14/2015
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Your Journey through an 8 Step Special Needs Planning Program
Speaker: Mary Anne Ehlert, President & Founder, Protected Tomorrows
Sponsored by: Family Time Magazine
Moraine Valley Community College, Building M, 9000 W. College Parkway
Palos Hills, IL
For more information, click here.
Description: Description: As family members of a person with a disability, we so often tend to view life in light of the challenges presented to us. This workshop offers a way to look at our lives in a whole new light.

This presentation will uplift and entertain as well as provide a good basic understanding of some important future care planning facts. Participants will develop the foundation for their family's own personal Eight Step Future Care Plan.

Some topics of discussion include creating a care plan for your loved one with a disbaility: how to create a map of the future; how to prepare legally and financially; how to incorporate and maximize government benefits; how to prepare for transition; and how to communicate your Future Care Plan to your family.


12/04/2015
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Your Journey Through an 8 Step Special Needs Planning Program
Speaker: Mary Anne Ehlert, President and Founder, Protected Tomorrows
Sponsored by: Across the Lifespan Conference
2501 River Rd.
Wisconsin Dells, WI
For more information, click here.
Description: Description: As family members of a person with a disability, we so often tend to view life in light of the challenges presented to us. This workshop offers a way to look at our lives in a whole new light.

This presentation will uplift and entertain as well as provide a good basic understanding of some important future care planning facts. Participants will develop the foundation for their family's own personal Eight Step Future Care Plan.

Some topics of discussion include creating a care plan for your loved one with a disbaility: how to create a map of the future; how to prepare legally and financially; how to incorporate and maximize government benefits; how to prepare for transition; and how to communicate your Future Care Plan to your family.



 
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