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Mr. Bradley has over fifteen years of professional experience serving individuals with special needs and their families. Having gained over five years of civil service experience at the county level in the local mental health/ mental retardation offices; combined with over five years as a professional advocate, Mr. Bradley is thoroughly versed in many local human services systems in Pennsylvania:
-Developmental Disabilities (formerly Mental Retardation) Services System:
Mr. Bradley has extensive knowledge of and is well versed in the Pennsylvania developmental disabilities (formerly mental retardation) system including, but not limited to, many of the Medicaid Waivers, eligibility determinations (both for services and for Waivers), appeals related to denials, reductions or terminations in services. He has an in depth knowledge and familiarity with Individual Support Plans (ISP's) and the Prioritization of Urgency of Need for Services Form (PUNS Form) and related processes.
-Autism Services System:
Mr. Bradley has extensive knowledge of and is well versed in the Pennsylvania adult autism services system including, but not limited to, the Adult Autism Waiver, eligibility determinations for ACAP and AAW, appeals of denials, reductions or terminations in services. He has in depth knowledge and familiarity with Individual Support Plans (ISP's) and plan development and related processes.
-Behavioral Health (formerly Mental Health) Services System:
Mr. Bradley has extensive experience assisting individuals and families to navigate both the complex child and adult behavioral health services system for individuals seeking services in the home, at school or elsewhere in the community.
-Special Education System:
Mr. Bradley has regularly assisted (and still continues to assist) numerous individuals and families in local school districts with various components of their Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and meetings for children ages 5 through 21. Having participated in many meetings, including mediations and other steps of due process, Mr. Bradley has sought and negotiated many successful outcomes for children and families.
Previously, Mr. Bradley served as a staff Advocate for the local Arc of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties through its related companies. In addition to his advocate role, Mr. Bradley served as the Program Manager for the Arc's P.A.G.E. Program, providing financial assistance services to those in need. His prior roles with the Arc included an appointment as Project Coordinator for the Arc's two consecutive grants from The Pew Charitable Trusts, through their Programs Serving Vulnerable Adults.
In addition to his previous role with the local Arc, Mr. Bradley had also served as a consultant and part time Trust Administrator for The Arc Community Trust of Pennsylvania, a local non-profit managing special needs trust for many individuals with varying disabilities throughout Pennsylvania. He concentrated on special projects for the Arc Community Trust and he has extensive experience and expertise with all aspects of Special Needs Trusts, including initial analysis, trust drafting and trust administration.
Mr. Bradley provides presentations on topics of interest to individuals, families and providers in the southeast region and continues to regularly consult on advocacy services to individuals with disabilities and their families.
Hourly ($185-245/hour), Fixed (sometimes), Pro bono (5%)
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Attorney Bradley brings considerable talent & good judgment to bear in the service of his clients. They are facing one of the most challenging aspects of life planning and he guides them along their with sensitivity & sound advice. He is a credit to the legal profession.
Michael Potter Estate planning Attorney
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An extremely talented and well respected attorney in the legal community, I wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking for a lawyer who knows the law and truly cares about protecting the rights of his clients and getting them the most favorable result possible.
John O'Brien Personal injury Attorney
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.
Temporary suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice during a disciplinary investigation. The suspension typically expires when the investigation is resolved.
Patrick’s comment: “Suspension is Temporary and not directly related to any client or case. This is a compliance issue, not a misconduct issue. Mr. Bradley has the same constitutional rights as non attorneys and is working to actively assert his rights within the context of the disciplinary process. Mr. Bradley continues to offer non-legal services, such as private case management, trust management, guardianship services and supports and social services systems consultations to clients at this time.”
|Widener University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania||Sociology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1997|