2020 Adult AM Workshops

The NH Medicaid MEAD Program for People with Disabilities who Work

Workshop E

The New Hampshire MEAD program is an opportunity for people with disabilities who are able to work. The MEAD program is designed to allow adults with disabilities to work without loss of Medicaid health insurance and services. Social Security benefits may be affected. It is important to understand the rules. Practical tips will be presented to help people to work and preserve vital safety net public benefits.

Workshop Details

Saturday, 4/25

Meet Our Workshop Speaker

John Kitchen

John Kitchen graduated from Williams College and Boston University School of Law. John has served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of New Hampshire, and also as a member of the Board of Governors of the New Hampshire Bar Association. John’s practice areas include supplemental needs trusts, special needs trusts, powers of attorney, wills and other trusts including revocable trusts and charitable trusts. John has given presentations on these topics at state and national conferences, including at New Hampshire Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Conferences, New Hampshire Family Support Conferences, and at national conferences held by the National Guardianship Association, The Arc, The National PLAN Alliance and the Special Needs Alliance as well at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. in a program sponsored by the National Disability Institute. John has written articles published by the National College of Probate Judges, the Research Institute of America (RIA) and the New Hampshire Bar Journal. John has also participated in drafting trust legislation enacted into law the New Hampshire, as well as the federal ABLE Act. John has offices in the Manchester area as well as in the Lakes Region.

(603) 524-5765


 Stay tuned for more information!