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Katie Beckett Attorney GeorgiaDid you know DJ Jeyaram is Georgia’s leading attorney on Katie Beckett?

He has successfully helped more than 100 families obtain Katie Beckett approvals on appeal!!!

For help with Katie Beckett denials, please contact DJ at DJ@JeyLaw.com or 678.325.3872. You can also learn more on our site by clicking here.

29th Annual FOCUS Education Conference Today

FOCUS If you’re going to FOCUS’ 29th Annual Education Conference today, please stop by and say hello!

We’ll be sharing information about how to appeal Katie Beckett denials and special needs trusts.

Dunwoody United Methodist Church
1548 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody, Georgia

8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Two Things Every Special Needs Parent Should Know

Free workshop hosted by Jeyaram & Associates

Jeyaram & Associates is hosting a free workshop on how to win an appeal if you’ve been denied Katie Beckett and how to protect your special needs child’s benefits with a special needs trust.

DJ Jeyaram, Esq. is the leading Katie Beckett appeals expert in Georgia and the father of a special needs child. Mr. Jeyaram has intimate knowledge of the Katie Beckett appeals process and is a former administrative law judge.

After the presentation, Mr. Jeyaram will answer questions about appeal Katie Beckett denials and how to protect special need children’s benefits – now and in the future.

Special Needs Trust

  • Who: Special needs parents and caregivers
  • What: Free workshop presented by DJ Jeyaram, Esq.
  • When: October 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Kidspeech in Lawrenceville, GA

***Space is limited. Must RSVP to Lheyward@jeylaw.com by 10/17***

RSVP For Free Legal Workshop: Katie Beckett/Deeming Waiver Appeal & Special Needs Trusts

IEP Education LawTwo Things Every Special Needs Parent Should Know

1. How to Win A Katie Beckett Appeal: A presentation on how to appeal a Katie Beckett denial. Almost all applications are initially denied. Learn how to prepare and what to expect – and when to engage a lawyer.

2. Protecting Benefits With Special Needs Trusts: Learn the basics on what a special needs trust is and how it works. We’ll also talk about the ABLE Act and how it works with a special needs trust.

  • When Friday, September 11 at 10:00 am to 11:30 am
  • Where: FOCUS main office | 3825 Presidential Parkway, Suite 103 – Atlanta, Georgia 30340
  • Who : DJ Jeyaram, Esq. – attorney and special needs parent

Please RSVP to Elizabeth@focus-ga.org with your name and the word “Trust” in the subject line by September 1st.

About FOCUS

FOCUS offers comfort, hope, and fun to families with children who are medically fragile or have significant developmental or physical disabilities through a variety of programs. http://www.focus-ga.org/

 

 

 

Tips on How to Request Medicaid Hearings in Georgia (Part I of III)

Jeyaram & AssociatesGeorgia’s Medicaid system has been the subject of numerous television reports and newspaper articles recently.  However, one Medicaid topic that usually does not receive enough attention is the appeals process.  We are devoting the next several blog posts to information about the Medicaid appeals process as it relates to members and providers.  The first in our three part series is how to request an appeals hearing if you’re a healthcare provider in Georgia.

Following are steps on how to request an appeals hearing:

The Department of Community Health (DCH) must receive the request within 30 days from when the administrative decision was received by the member.

Request must be in writing and include the following:

– That you want a hearing

– A copy of the administrative decision issued by the Department

– Evidence as to why the Department’s decision is incorrect

– Declaration of what the Department’s decision should be

If you do not raise an issue in your administrative review, it is considered waived

Filing a request for hearing will not delay the Department from enforcing its decision.