JF&CS Recognizes JP Resident Shulman as Champion, Extraordinary Advocate for People with Disabilities

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JF&CS is recognizing Ken W. Shulman of Jamaica Plain, along with 17 other individuals or organizations that are extraordinary advocates for people with disabilities.

Ken W. Shulman is an attorney at Day Pitney, LLP, who assists individuals and families with estate planning and related issues for older adults and families with children with disabilities. He also frequently serves as a trustee for families with special needs.

Shulman is being honored as a 2017 CHAI Champions (Community Housing and Adult Independence). CHAI was the first program offering JF&CS Services for People with Disabilities. JF&CS offers a full continuum of services for people with disabilities and their families, including information and referral, care coordination and coaching, mental health counseling, day and employment services, supported housing, social and recreational groups,and Jewish programming.

Champions will be honored at The Westin Waltham on Sunday, November 5, 2017. Visit www.jfcsboston.org/CHAIChampions for more information.

2017 CHAI Champions:
Association of Developmental Disability Providers (ADDP)
Babson College
Kay Bernon
Cabot’s Ice Cream
Commonwealth Financial Group
Exceptional Lives
Robin Fabiano
Gerald Feldman z”l*
Gateways: Access to Jewish Education
The Help A Little One Foundation (H.A.L.O)
Sue Loring, RN
Maimonides School
Norwood Housing Authority
Eve Megargel
Ruderman Family Foundation
Ken W. Shulman
Sandy Slavet
Howard Trachtman
*of blessed memory