When your child reaches the age of 18, he or she is now an adult with the right to make decisions about both their financial and health future.
But what are some questions about this transition into adulthood that you should consider when it comes to planning for your loved one with special needs?
- Is your child capable of decision-making related to health and financial issues?
- Does or will your child need state and federal benefits?
- What housing options exist?
- Can schools provide needed services?
- Are you protecting benefits with special needs planning?
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