Senator Kelly Joins Elder Law Attorneys at Legislative Event in Hartford

January 31, 2013
From left to right: NAELA President Brendan F. Daly, State Senator Kevin C. Kelly (R-21), NAELA Member David Slepian and State Representative Tony Hwang (R-134).

From left to right: NAELA President Brendan F. Daly, State Senator Kevin C. Kelly (R-21), NAELA Member David Slepian and State Representative Tony Hwang (R-134).

Hartford – State Senator Kevin C. Kelly (R-21) joined elder law attorneys and other legislators at a legislative event hosted by the Connecticut chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys at the Legislative Office Building on Thursday, January 17th.

“As an elder law attorney and the ranking senator of the legislature’s Aging Committee, I am committed to improving our state’s current laws affecting seniors and their families,” said Senator Kelly. “This event was an excellent opportunity to meet with other elder law attorney and discuss any questions and concerns over upcoming proposals.

Senator Kelly attended the discussion along with Representative Tony Hwang (R-134). During the next few weeks, the General Assembly’s Aging Committee will be considering many different pieces of legislation regarding Connecticut seniors, long-term care and increased funding for the personal needs allowance and elderly nutrition.

The Connecticut Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (CT-NAELA) membership is comprised of attorneys in the private and public sectors who deal with legal issues affecting the elderly and disabled. For more information, please visit their website at www.ctnaela.org.