Posts Tagged ‘financial planning’

What Benefits Should an Employer Have When Hiring Neurodiverse Employees?

With an ever-shifting trend toward hiring more neurodiverse employees, we are seeing major profit potential for financial and technology companies. These types of employers have begun to realize and capitalize on the unique value that a team of neurodiverse employees can bring to the table. Around...

How to Recover Financially From a Crisis When You Are Autistic

Being an autistic adult has many challenges and, obviously by this point, we are well aware of them. We constantly talk about the high unemployment rate for autistic adults and how a majority of Americans are unable to cover one month of living expenses. [caption id="attachment_4803"...

Financial Strategies for Your Child with Special Needs

Even the most well-adjusted, optimistic people struggle with being able to communicate how difficult it is to be the parent of a child with special needs. Saying that parenting a child with special needs is daunting is a profound understatement - at least it was for me. During the early years, as...

Protecting the Financial Future of Your Child with Autism

Parents of children with autism know that just getting through day-to-day life requires careful planning. Many parents do not consider that financial planning for their child with autism also requires careful and special planning, especially when the child may not be able to support or care for...

Special Needs Family Planning – Ten Questions When Planning for Financial Security

What is the sign of a good decision?® It’s clarifying what you want to achieve, what you value and how uncertainties affect plans and aspirations – turning plans into action and goals into reality.   Ten Questions and Answers   When thinking about how to protect your...

Special Needs Family Planning – Tips for Families with Special Needs

What is the sign of a good decision?® It’s creating a life care plan for a special needs child.. A gift of cash from grandma, grandpa or anyone else could end up costing special needs families thousands of dollars in lost government funding and services – benefits that are critical in helping...

Transition to Housing: A Framework for Planning

Transition is a critical time for young adults. According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), school systems are required to begin transition services when youth reach the age of 16 years (some states do require it to start at 14 years). IDEA is the law for special education...

Planning for Your Child with Special Needs

One of the most challenging issues facing parents of children with special needs is planning for their child’s future without them. Planning the finances for a child with special needs deserves special attention from the child’s parents, grandparents and other relatives. With ever-changing laws...