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Upcoming Webinar

Undivided and Momentum Present: Maximize Your Health Plan

Funding your child’s medical and therapeutic needs often means taking advantage of many different resources. Medi-Cal (California’s Medicaid program) may be used to pay for certain expenses even for families who already have primary health insurance. We’ll go over how health plans can work together, including how to use public benefits like Regional Center and CCS. Here to explain the details are Undivided's Public Benefits Specialist, Lisa Concoff Kronbeck, and Director of Health Plan Advocacy, Leslie Lobel. This will be an interactive Q&A event, so bring your questions and prepare to get answers!

Register below to get a link to the event in your email, and you'll get a chance to submit questions for the speakers in advance. If you can't attend the event live, RSVP to get an email with a full replay!

January 26, 2023 9:30 am PT

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About the speakers

Guest

Lisa Concoff Kronbeck

Undivided’s Public Benefits Specialist

Lisa Concoff Kronbeck has both personal and professional experience in the disability community. Her daughter Leah was born two months early with Down syndrome, esophageal atresia, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and congenital heart defects, and relies on a g-tube (feeding tube), Daniel Tiger cartoons, and Sesame Street for daily sustenance. Before Leah was born, Lisa was an advocate at a disability rights nonprofit, working primarily in the public benefits unit with services like Medi-Cal, In-Home Supportive Services, and Social Security Disability Insurance. Lisa also identifies as a person with disabilities. She shares her extensive knowledge of public benefits with Undivided families, providing parents with the tools, support, and knowledge they need to advocate for their children with disabilities.

Guest

Leslie Lobel

Undivided's Director of Health Plan Advocacy

For the last twenty-five years, Leslie has been working with parents of children with disabilities who require assistance with the private insurance system to rectify billing issues, pursue claims payment, or initiate medical pre-authorizations and appeals to overturn unjust denials. Her adult daughter Sarah has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, microcephaly, cortical blindness, and a newly identified genetic diagnosis of TBCD (one of eight currently identified in the world). Leslie loves doing the New York Times crossword puzzle, baking desserts, and listening to baseball.