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Therapies for Children with Down Syndrome and How to Pay for Them

Therapies for Children with Down Syndrome and How to Pay for Them

 

 

 

If you’ve recently learned that your child has or will have Down syndrome, there are many steps you can take to give her or him a happy, healthy, and rewarding life. And with early intervention, there are many therapies that can have a positive impact. Even if your family is struggling financially, you may be eligible to receive benefits so you can provide these therapies for your child with Down syndrome and pay for them without any financial stress.

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Can I Claim Disability for My Child with Autism?

 

 

 

Sometimes, we need financial help as we are trying to work, pay bills, and raise a child with special needs like autism. Not only does it ease the constant worrying about money, these benefits can help pay for therapies and other treatments, or simply daily expenses that become difficult if you have to take time off or you are unable to work completely. But can you claim disability for your child with autism?

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Get an Advocate to Help with Your Child with Autism

Find an Advocate to Help with Your Child with Autism

 

 

There are excellent services out there for children with special needs but finding the right ones for your child can be a daunting experience. If you need financial help, or you are battling the school district for the services your child needs, you can get assistance from an advocate to help you with your child with autism.

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Is There Financial Assistance for My Child with Autism?

Is There Financial Assistance for My Child with Autism?

 

 

 

 

It is estimated that the cost of raising a child with autism from birth to 18 years is about $30,000 a year, $17,000 more a year than a child who doesn’t have special needs. Depending on the severity, the cost of lifetime care can run well past $1 million, with occupational, behavioral and life skills therapy, private schooling and private caregivers among the expenses. Is there a way to get financial assistance to help with these costs? Read More

How to Get Approved for IHSS Protective Supervision

IHSS Protective Supervision Approved

 

 

Raising a child with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or another disability can be didfficult financially. There are doctor appointments, therapy, and IEP meetings at school. When you have a fulltime job, how can you attend all these? It may be time to look into getting help. You may qualify for funding with In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Protective Supervision, which grants parents of children with special needs up to $3,000 per month. But how do you apply and get approved for IHSS Protective Supervision?

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