The unfortunate reality is that only about 20 percent of families have a plan for their family’s future. That means that 4 out of every 5 families in your parent support group do NOT have a plan for their child or their family. 4 out of 5! What about your family? Are you part of … Continue reading 80% of Families Haven’t Done This VERY Important Thing… Has Yours?
Is your advisor competent to help you with your child's special needs plan? I know it’s not breaking news to you that planning for your child’s future can feel overwhelming, frustrating, and confusing at times. Often, negative emotions such as these can paralyze families—preventing them from making any future planning decisions at all. How are … Continue reading 5 Disappointing Realities Planning Professionals Don’t Want You To Know
Families across the country have shared with our team that they know that they need to plan for the future. They’ve been reminded of that reality over and over again by well-meaning professionals. But these families often share with us that they feel stuck in their current circumstances and incapable of moving beyond that to … Continue reading 5 Reasons Families Don’t Create A Special Needs Plan…And What To Do About It
The following post was written by Kamran Akbarzadeh, PhD, founder of Dream Achievers Academy. View the original post here: https://www.dreamachieversacademy.com/seven-reasons-why-we-avoid-planning-ahead/ Have you ever started taking action toward accomplishing a goal or dream without a plan either in mind or on paper? If you have, were you able to achieve any measurable results? Did you feel … Continue reading Seven Reasons Why We Avoid Planning Ahead and What to Do About Them
The following guest post was written by Hunter Kelch, owner/author of Come Roll With Me. I started Come Roll With Me with encouragement from my mom. It has been my dream to become a writer and blogging has allowed me to do that as well as advocate for individuals with disabilities. So, I was thrilled when … Continue reading Come Roll With Me