Creating Peace of Mind for Parents of Children with Special Needs

by Jessica Fisher • November 2, 2018

For parents of adult children with special needs it’s a hard truth that they have to plan ahead for a time when they may no longer be around to support their children. While no one enjoys confronting this situation, there are steps parents can take to ensure their loved ones are taken care of properly. […]


Navigating the Real World with a Learning Disability

by Jessica Fisher • November 2, 2018

For many students with learning disabilities their graduation from high school marks a turning point in the level of support they receive as they enter into college or the workplace. Individuals will typically receive support only if they disclose their disability, but many lack the awareness, confidence, and self-advocacy skills to do so. The challenges […]


Balancing Benefits and Lifetime Value for Clients with Special Needs

by Jessica Fisher • November 2, 2018

Special Needs Trusts are the typically thought of as the best method for receiving money for individuals with disabilities. However, qualified professionals should take the time to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of Special Needs Trusts as they pertain to their client’s individual cases. A proper analysis should take into consideration the related costs pertaining […]


A New Way to Save for People with Disabilities

by Jessica Fisher • November 2, 2018

In 2014, congress authorized a new savings option for people with disabilities. These new savings options, called ABLE accounts, began rolling out in 2016 and are already making a positive impact for account holders. Prior to the authorization of ABLE accounts, individuals with disabilities could not save money without the risk of losing their benefits […]