American College - Center for Special Needs

NOVEMBER 2021:

FINANCIAL PLANNING

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FINANCIAL PLANNING
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Achieve the Best Results: Start your Plan Early and Work Step by Step

Better late than never applies just as well in financial planning as in any other field. Many of my clients co... Read More

Financial Planning for Life’s Pressure Points

As a parent, one of the great advantages of planning for the future is that it provides you with a tangible gu... Read More

Tax Leveraged Financing Options for Medical Expenses Incurred by Families Caring for Those with Special Needs

Are Home Equity Loans and Retirement Plan Distributions Still Viable under Recent Legislation?Read More

Overcoming Medical Education and Training Barriers in The Bronx

Over 15 years ago, in a study sponsored by Special Olympics, it was noted that “56% of medical school st... Read More

EMPLOYMENT & TRANSITION
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Transitioning Young Adults with an Intellectual or other Developmental Disability to Adult HealthCare

Some teenagers and young adults who have an intellectual or other developmental disability (IDD) require exten... Read More

Erik’s Ranch: Operated by Young Adults with Autism

Erik’s Ranch & Retreats, a non-profit providing living, working, social and recreational environment... Read More

Assessing the Needs of Students with Disabilities During Transition

What happens to students with disabilities as they transition from high school and how can the process be impr... Read More

One Singular - But Collaborative - Sensation: Positive Exposure’s 2021 Change How You See Celebration

It was a night of all nights – the Positive Exposure 2021 Change How You See Celebration, which aired vi... Read More

ANNUAL EDUCATION ISSUE
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50 for 50 Part IV: Congratulations and Thank You, EP Magazine Advocate Heroes!

EP Magazine, formerly called Exceptional Parent, is celebrating its 50th anniversary of providing an award-win... Read More

Reading Makes My Brain Hurt: One Family’s Path to a Reading Solution

Our daughter, Desi, came to us from an orphanage in Bulgaria when she was almost three. We had no idea she had... Read More

Engaging Learners with Diverse Needs through IEP Supports

Engagement, practice and understanding are universal components that are keys to student learning. However, wh... Read More

The Power of a Healthy Smile

Diana Ramirez knew that her infant son, Sebastian, needed special help and attention. He was born with a cleft... Read More

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