Life Planning

Life Planning - Teenager in Wheelchair

Over time the needs of your child will change. With the help of other trained experts such as special needs estate planners, Medicaid specialists, and more any parent can develp a plan to safeguard their child’s long term future. Life planning is geared toward providing parents and caregivers information about the things you may need to consider when looking at your child’s future.

8 Steps to Future Care Planning

Find out how you can put together a comprehensive future care plan for your child. Get started

Managing the Transition Into Adulthood

Children with special needs and their families face a host of challenges between the ages of 14 and 25. Find out how to ensure your child’s financial support, continued guardianship, medical coverage, housing and more. Get started