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 Article of Interest - Finances

With Open Arms: Embracing a Bright Financial Future for You and Your Child with Disabilities and Other Special Needs

New Financial Guide for Parents of Children with Disabilities and Other Special Needs

from Easter Seals
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Easter Seals and the National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) have collaborated to create a 72-page financial planning booklet for parents, caregivers, grandparents or others involved in the care of a special needs child. Included is information on estate planning, finding the right lawyer or knowledgeable financial planner, wills, special-needs trusts, government benefits, savings options insurance plans and other available resources. Easter Seals and NEFE encourage families to start financial planning when their child with a disability is at a young age.

To order a copy of this free booklet, send a $5.00 check for shipping/handling, payable to Easter Seals.

Mail to:
With Open Arms
Easter Seals National Headquarters
230 West Monroe, Suite 1800
Chicago, IL 60606
Toll Free Phone: 800 221-6827


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