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November 2019:

The Financial Planning Issue

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The only special interest consumer publication in the US to bear the endorsement of a professional medical society, the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (ADMD).

Financial Planning
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The Intersection of Your Retirement and the Adult Life of Your Child with a Disability

Helping a family with a child or adult child with a disability build its retirement and life-care plan is anal... Read More

Overview of Financial Planning Issues for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Through proper and timely planning, parents can provide substantial security and protection for their children... Read More

Saving for College for Children with Special Needs

Most children receiving special education services nationally are as intellectually capable as their non-disab... Read More

Reducing Everyday Costs When You Have a Child with Special Health Care Needs

Families of children with special needs have expenses beyond that of other families.

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Employment & Transition
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The Road to Independence is Paved with Work

Support, in and of itself, is not unnecessary. However, it should lead to a destination beyond itself. It shou... Read More

My teenager has a disability - will he/she find employment after high school or college?

The U.S. Census Bureau reported for the year 2017, that overall, workers with a disability earn less than work... Read More

How IRWE (Ur-wee) ABLE to earn more and still PASS the eligibility criteria for disability benefits?

In this article, we are going to show you how to use Impairment Related Work Expenses (IRWE), Plans to Achieve... Read More

Achieving Your Best: On the Field and Off

People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are accomplishing more than anyone ever thought possible, as Specia... Read More

Education
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Bullying and Prevention Strategies for Children with Special Needs

One out of five children experiences bullying. Children with disabilities are more likely to be bullied than t... Read More

4 Sneaky Ways Technology is Affecting Your Family’s Health and May Affect Your Child’s New School Year

We as parents have to lead by example and show our kids healthy lifestyle habits by following our own advice. ... Read More

Fix the System Not the Child

When I was a kid, I was the round peg that did not fit in the square hole that is school. I was the kid who ha... Read More

Transitioning Back to Post-secondary Environments After a Long Summer Break

Summers change after a young adult with an autism spectrum disorder leaves high school and attends a post-seco... Read More

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