All parents worry about their children. For parents of children with special needs, worries multiply. Decisions are more difficult. Planning is more complex, and needs are more urgent.
For these parents, the idea of adding financial planning to an already hectic schedule seems daunting. They need the help of a trusted advisor like you to consider what might happen to their child if they rush through critical decisions or don’t plan at all.
Below are resources you’ll find useful as you consider the planning challenges parents of special needs children face. Use these materials to open conversations with parents of special needs children, and remember: Eschels Financial Group is here to help.