The House Republicans passed a bill last week to overhaul the Affordable Care Act. While the bill must still obtain Senate approval to move forward, it contains several provisions that are concerning to the disability community.
For many families, creating a college plan for a child with disabilities is a challenging process. Finding the right school that addresses your child’s specific needs requires a great deal of research. The added layer of costs for higher education makes for a more stressful experience. However, these 6 college scholarships can help bring financial relief for students with learning disabilities in or applying to college.
Tuesday, November 15 (2:00pm-3:30pm EST) – The ABLE National Resource Center will host a free webinar on how ABLE recipients and families can better understand the investment side of owning and maintaining an ABLE account.
ABLE stands for Achieving a Better Life Experience. ABLE accounts were created in 2014 to give people with disabilities and their families an option to save money without risking the loss of important benefits like SSI.
The financial planning process for families caring for children or adults with disabilities may seem overwhelming. We have been there both personally and professionally. To make the process easier, we break it down into what we call the Five Factors of Special Needs Financial Planning™: financial, government benefits, legal, family & support, and emotional.
Touching on each of these factors,