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Britt Erica Tunick is an award winning financial journalist who has spent the past 17 years writing about virtually every aspect of finance. She has mastered the art of boiling down complicated financial topics for readers to understand.
Long-Term Planning for Special Needs Children
By Britt Erica Tunick
If you are the parent of a special needs child who may never be able to be completely independent, planning isn’t quite as simple as setting aside money for college. You are not only planning for your own retirement, but it also means planning for the care of your child long after you are no longer around.
According to data from the Center for Studying Health System Change, now merged with the Mathematica Policy Research, 18.5% of children under the age of 18 in the United States have special needs from autism, to muscular dystrophy, Down syndrome and countless other conditions. While the long-term needs of special needs children vary, there are basic things you should consider when planning for their future:
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