Showing posts from May, 2014

Bowling in the Dark for Lighthouse of Pinellas

Saturday, May 10th our team at Guardian Trust participated in Bowling in the Dark for Lighthouse of Pinellas  at Seminole Lanes. Lighthouse of Pinellas is one of the many organizations in which our non-profit Trustee, the National Non-Profit for Americans with Disabilities, Inc. has made a donation to support their programs and services. Lighthouse of Pinellas has provided services to meet the needs of the blind or visually impaired for over 50 years. Chartered in 1956, the mission of Lighthouse of Pinellas is to advance the independence, opportunities and quality of life for the more than 40,000 residents of Pinellas County who are blind or visually impaired. Lighthouse of Pinellas offers comprehensive vision rehabilitation programs for adults and seniors, job placement for adults, life enrichment programs for adults and seniors, an independently owned and operated product store and information and referral services. Our children’s program includes early intervention services for

Special Needs Resource Fair hosted by Morning Star School of Pinellas Park

Guardian Trust is proud to support the Morning Star School of Pinellas Park and their ongoing efforts to provide a healthy learning environment for children with special needs.  This Saturday, May 3, 2014, we will participate as an exhibitor at their first Special Needs Resource Fair. Click here for more information on this great FREE event!

Guardian Trust attends Florida's Voice on Development Disabilities - Special Education Summit

On Saturday, April 26, 2014 Florida's Voice on Developmental Disabilities (FVDD) hosted their  2014 Special Education Summit at Broward Health North Hospital.  Travis Finchum, a FVDD Board Member, attended the conference and represented Guardian Trust. The program was very well organized and attended.  The three Directors of the Exceptional Student Education programs of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties were speakers at the program. This conference gave families an opportunity to hear from professionals and ask questions.  Attorneys from around the State spoke about current issues and offered advice to families with children with special needs. Travis took the opportunity to speak with families and attorneys from around Florida about our third-party special needs trust administration as well as our first-party pooled trust .