In estate planning, special needs children require special consideration. You’ll need to assess how your child will be able to function in the world as they age. There are many questions to answer, including: What is the child’s long-term prognosis What type of care is anticipated to meet their needs?
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Travel by people with disabilities is commonly referred to as â€œaccessible travelâ€ and â€œdisabled travelâ€. There is a lot to consider when traveling with a disability. Proper research, planning, and preparation are crucial. In the past, traveling as a disabled person seemed like an overwhelming and sometimes impossible task. However,
Often, families who care for a loved one with special needs or a disability create and fund special needs trusts. It can provide peace of mind to improve a family memberâ€™s future quality of life without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits. However, families must also consider the tax implications
A person with intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, has varying conditions that impact their ability to adapt to daily life and social skills, as well as their ability as follows: Reason Learn Problem-solve Live independently I/DD is, in essence, the adult terminology for special needs, the term
A special needs trust (SNT) is usually created and funded by the grantor (the person who creates the trust). However, it is crucial to choose a successor trustee who will continue properly managing the SNT to benefit the individual with special needs. When selecting a reliable, honest, and capable successor