Special Needs Planning

Parenting a child with special needs takes special planning. Particular needs will always be present, and you must consider and prepare for them. Taking steps now can help arrange for your child's well-being, today and tomorrow. Areas you should consider include your child's legal, financial, medical, and educational needs. These same concerns exist if you are the caretaker or guardian of an adult with special needs.
As a Special Care Planner, Scott has received highly specialized training on government benefits, how to network on an individual and organizational basis within the special needs community, and in-depth training on providing special needs educational workshops. Due to his unique experience of having a very close family member with special needs, his team's mission is to educate families on how to plan for the future of their children with special needs to help achieve not just lifetime care, but quality of life.