When wondering how Social Security has fared during the pandemic, you may be surprised to find that low interest rates have made it more valuable. It may be worth more than you think, but it needs your help.
Making simple design changes when outfitting a home can help create a safe and comforting space for children with autism or sensory processing issues. Read more for different ways parents are experimenting to help their special needs children cope.
This public health crisis affects everyone. If you or your family member has special needs, special resources are available. Read more here for Special Needs and COVID-19 resources from The Arc of Texas.
People with special needs can be included and lead meaningful lives with the right services and support. We can help someone grow and contribute to and enjoy life by helping them put those supports and services in place.
As many people with disabilities know, people who are disabled before age 26 qualify to establish an ABLE Account. Many wonder who can contribute to a TEXAS Able account? Can the disabled person contribute to their own? When funds are distributed, what can they be used for? Read more here about Texas ABLE accounts.
Many of us have read that our Social Security retirement checks can be expected to shrink by 23% beginning in 2034. But what about the impact of the creeping effects of inflation? And the rising costs of housing and medical expenses for retirees?