Eastern Pennsylvania Special Needs Association (EPSNA) Quarterly Meeting - May 28, 2024

Health Promotion Council's Technology Assisted Children's Home Program (TACHP) will host an Eastern Pennsylvania Special Needs Association (ESPNA) quarterly meeting on May 28, 2024 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern.

PA Health Law Project logoThis HYBRID EVENT will feature a presentation on Medicaid (Medical Assistance) eligibility from Janice Meinert, MSW, Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP). During the session, attendees will learn:

  • An overview of Medicaid (aka Medical Assistance) 
  • Who qualifies for Medicaid
  • Medicaid income and resource limits
  • How to apply for and renew Medicaid benefits
  • Tips for keeping Medicaid coverage

Never attended an EPSNA meeting before? No worries - ALL are welcome! This is a great opportunity to learn about Medicaid while connecting with other parents as well as providers and advocates.

Please indicate in-person or virtual attendance in your registration. The in-person session will take place at NEIU19, 1200 Line Street, Archbald, PA 18403. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees!

For accessibility accommodations, please email Danna Casserly at dcasserly@phlp.org.

This project is funded by the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council.

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The Eastern PA Special Needs Association (EPSNA) is a network of parents of technology assisted children, home health professionals, medical providers, Medicaid insurers, social service providers, school nurses, legal advocates, policy planners, and representatives from local and state government agencies. Learn more at https://www.tachp.phmc.org.


The Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP) is dedicated to protecting and advancing health care rights through free legal services, community education, and systemic advocacy. For the past 30 years, PHLP has assisted tens of thousands of individuals across the state, helping them get and keep health care coverage and services. Taking what is learned from individual cases, PHLP advocates for large-scale policy changes that help others across the state, and offers community education that builds capacity among individuals, healthcare providers, and advocates.  Learn more at www.phlp.org.

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