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How this Attorney, Advocate and Auntie Makes a Difference for the Special Needs Community
Episode 2228th October 2021 • In My Shoes Stories from Women of Color • Karin Davis-Thompson
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Sandy Boisrond is an attorney, advocate and auntie. She is a part of the village and support system for her nephew who is on the autism spectrum. As an attorney she helps families with estate planning and making sure they have the right things in place in order to future plan for the needs of a special needs loved one

Find out what she thinks is one of the biggest mistakes families make, how her role as auntie to an autistic nephew has impacted the way she practices law and what she thinks we need to do as a society to better support those with special needs. AND be sure to listen until the end and find out about a generous offer Sandy is making to IMS listeners.

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