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February 22, 2018

Power of Attorney VS Guardianship

I met with one of my attorneys today and was made aware of establishing a Power Of Attorney for my son when he turns 18 if he doesn’t qualify for a disability or guardianship. What a great idea! I would even set up a POA for my other child as […]
February 9, 2018

SPD moms out there???

Has your little one received a diagnosis other than Sensory Processing Disorder? Does that even qualify for any insurance???
February 6, 2018

Does your state qualify for ABLE accounts?

What is an ABLE account? Called the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, the law is now being implemented one state at a time.  So far, 17 states have ABLE programs, according to the ABLE National Resource Center.  However, no matter which state you live in, you can open […]
February 5, 2018

Can I save money for college for my son with special needs?

An alternative to the traditional 529 Plan … The best alternative to a 529 Plan is to simply fund a properly drafted special needs trust for the benefit of a person with special needs. Anyone can establish a special needs trust for the benefit of a child with special needs, […]
February 2, 2018

Signs to look for if you loved one is getting abused….

Abuse can occur despite your best efforts, so it pays to be on the lookout for signs that a person with special needs is being taken advantage of. Here are some things to look for: Physical Abuse: Unexplained bruising or other injuries Poor hygiene Improperly cared for injuries or infections […]
February 2, 2018

Oh Target! You’ve done it again!

I always try to find the reason why I go to Target intending on spending maybe $25-50 but walk out spending well over $100.  What do I REALLY need from Target that I can’t buy from the regular department or grocery store?  Well Target has done it yet again!  Aside […]
February 1, 2018

Medicaid VS Medicare… what’s the difference?

People with special needs may qualify for a variety of government benefits, including Medicaid and Medicare. It can be difficult to tell the two programs apart, especially because their names are so similar. Medicaid is a state and federal partnership program that gives medical coverage to selected groups with low-incomes […]
January 30, 2018

The Journey Begins

Welcome to our group of Amazing mamas who do the unexpected each and every day! We are a group of Moms who go the extra mile with our love for our family and those we care for. This is a page intended to collaborate, educate, support and share ideas in […]
February 22, 2018

Power of Attorney VS Guardianship

I met with one of my attorneys today and was made aware of establishing a Power Of Attorney for my son when he turns 18 if he doesn’t qualify for a disability or guardianship. What a great idea! I would even set up a POA for my other child as […]
February 9, 2018

SPD moms out there???

Has your little one received a diagnosis other than Sensory Processing Disorder? Does that even qualify for any insurance???
February 6, 2018

Does your state qualify for ABLE accounts?

What is an ABLE account? Called the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, the law is now being implemented one state at a time.  So far, 17 states have ABLE programs, according to the ABLE National Resource Center.  However, no matter which state you live in, you can open […]
February 5, 2018

Can I save money for college for my son with special needs?

An alternative to the traditional 529 Plan … The best alternative to a 529 Plan is to simply fund a properly drafted special needs trust for the benefit of a person with special needs. Anyone can establish a special needs trust for the benefit of a child with special needs, […]
February 2, 2018

Signs to look for if you loved one is getting abused….

Abuse can occur despite your best efforts, so it pays to be on the lookout for signs that a person with special needs is being taken advantage of. Here are some things to look for: Physical Abuse: Unexplained bruising or other injuries Poor hygiene Improperly cared for injuries or infections […]
February 2, 2018

Oh Target! You’ve done it again!

I always try to find the reason why I go to Target intending on spending maybe $25-50 but walk out spending well over $100.  What do I REALLY need from Target that I can’t buy from the regular department or grocery store?  Well Target has done it yet again!  Aside […]
February 1, 2018

Medicaid VS Medicare… what’s the difference?

People with special needs may qualify for a variety of government benefits, including Medicaid and Medicare. It can be difficult to tell the two programs apart, especially because their names are so similar. Medicaid is a state and federal partnership program that gives medical coverage to selected groups with low-incomes […]
January 30, 2018

The Journey Begins

Welcome to our group of Amazing mamas who do the unexpected each and every day! We are a group of Moms who go the extra mile with our love for our family and those we care for. This is a page intended to collaborate, educate, support and share ideas in […]