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Top 5 Planning Tips for Families of People with Disabilities



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Cynthia R. Haddad, CFP®,ChSNC®, & John Nadworny, M.B.A,CFP®,CTFA



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Top 5 Planning Tips for Families of People with Disabilities

Presented by: Cynthia R. Haddad, CFP®,ChSNC®, & John Nadworny, M.B.A,CFP®,CTFA

Who this chat is for: Professionals who work with people with disabilities and their families

How can families of children with disabilities navigate the complexities of planning for the future of their family and their child? The planning process may seem overwhelming at first, but getting started and taking small steps forward makes an enormous difference. In this coffee chat, Brookes authors Cynthia R. Haddad & John W. Nadworny offer 5 key tips and action items from their book, The Special Needs Planning Guide, Second Edition.

The authors will talk about possible solutions to common questions, including:

  1. Where do I begin?
  2. How can I analyze my situation and make decisions when my circumstances are so complicated?
  3. What tools are available to help me plan?
  4. Who will step in when I can no longer be there for my child?
  5. How can I tie all the pieces of planning together?
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