Don’t have time to read our Frequently Asked Questions? Find facts at-a-glance about Our Journey Forward, including federal regulations requiring County Boards to phase out of providing services and integrated settings. (Updated July 2016) Read More ›
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Answers to frequently asked questions about changes for sheltered workshops, conflict-free case management and Summit DD’s role as a provider. (Updated July 2016) Read More ›
In December 2014, Congress passed and President Obama signed into law the ABLE Act of 2014 (Achieving a Better Life Experience). Modeled after 529 college savings plans, the ABLE Act allows people with disabilities to open tax-free savings accounts without losing government benefits.
So long as the funds are used for qualified expenses such as Read More ›
Financial planning for the future can be daunting. But for families with special needs, financial planning can immediately set off a landslide of additional questions. Planning for your child’s short and long term financial future is a challenging exercise, but one that will create a great deal of peace-of-mind in the long run.
We’ve broken down the process for you to help understand what to look for and expect as you embark on creating your financial plan.