As part of Newmark’s ongoing outreach for parents, educators and community members, we offer training workshops throughout the school year. Topics include: Shaping Behavior, Transition, Financial Planning and Technology.

Workshops are open to the community (unless indicated) and free of charge. Space is limited so please register online or call (908) 753-0330. Workshops will be held at Newmark Education, 1000 Cellar Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076.

Options After High School Parent Transition Series - 2020
Financial and Legal Matters 
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Check-in: 6:15 PM
Presentation: 6:30 – 8:30 PM (select one)

Learn about two critical topics to help your family plan and navigate financial and legal decisions that directly affect your son/daughter’s future and your wallet. Financial and Legal topics like this can get overlooked or often postponed. The firms will discuss what is important in clear and relatable terms. It is never too early to start planning!  Selection one presentation.

Open to the public, registration required. Parents only, please.

Presenter:  Hinkle, Prior & Fischer, P.C – Mr. Paul Prior, Esq. - Attorneys at Law 
Target Audience: Parents of students grades 8-12

This presentation will cover entitlements for students and the process of transitioning from school to independent living, including employment and continuing education possibilities. The focus will be on strategically managing your student’s transition plan so that goals and expectations may be attained.  
Presenters: Hauptman & Hauptman – Ms. Laurie Hauptman, Esq. – Attorneys at Law   

UBS Financial Services (Westfield) - Mr. Daniel Ramer, Financial Planner    
     Target Audience: Parents of students grades 1-8 
This joint legal team will address important topics such as guardianship and the variety of guardianships that exist. The presenters will offer advice on how parents can confidently save for their child’s future without sacrificing eligibility of services. The presenters will also discuss important financial planning and asset protection; to begin while your child is young.