Five tips to help plan for a child with special needs.
Written by two certified financial planners with special needs family members, this easy-to-understand guide is a comprehensive resource that addresses all areas of special needs planning.
While voting was much easier for people with disabilities in the 2008 election compared to 2000, many polling places still have impediments to voting that need to be removed, according to a new study by the Government Accountability Office.
Funding a special needs trust with enough money to pay for the needs of a child with special needs can be a daunting task for many parents. One solution is to fund the trust with a form of life insurance.
You want to ensure that your child with special needs will remain financially secure even when you are no longer there to provide support, but determining how much a special needs trust (SNT) should hold is no small feat. ...
About 4,000 children with special needs are growing up in nursing homes across the country, according to a new investigative report.
A grandparent, aunt, or close friend of the family has written a generous check to your child with special needs or has named the child in a will or trust. Should you be pleased?...
A Florida non-profit organization has begun a petition drive urging Congress to offer a tax credit to families of children with special needs to assist with the costs of obtaining guardianship.