Young Adult Emergency Workshop - 12/1 & 12/3

Did you know that when your child turns 18, you as a parent will no longer be able to make important medical or financial decisions for them without their permission? Doctors and financial institutions must follow privacy laws. Many parents have found themselves in the nightmare scenario where their college age child needs medical attention, but the hospital keeps them in the dark, all because the right documents are not in place. Think this could never happen to you? 


MD parents, Scott and Kate Hogate, found themselves in this nightmare scenario in April 2018.  Their son, Kevin '16, suffered sudden cardiac arrest one night in April while away at college in Georgia. Their story is compelling:


(Video Courtesy NBC Los Angeles) 

Creating an emergency plan to ensure you can still make decisions is an important way to safeguard your child and give you peace of mind so you can continue being the caring parent you have been. Through this workshop presented by Snyder Law, families will review the process and documents for creating a young adult emergency plan.


Parents and students (those who are 18 or about to turn 18) are encouraged to attend. Register for one of our upcoming webinars:


Young Adult Emergency Workshop - MidMorning Webinar
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 11 a.m. 
CLICK HERE for more information and to register

Young Adult Emergency Workshop - Evening Webinar
Thursday, December 3 at 7 p.m. 
CLICK HERE for more information and to register


Should you have questions or require further information, please feel free to reach out to:


Allison Bergeron '96, Director of Estate & Alumni Giving at (714) 850-9532

Kathleen Kelly '94, Director of Alumni Giving & Relations at (714) 850-9536