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✔ SPECIAL NEEDS INVESTING 805-312-0400 AUTISM MENTAL RETARDATION SIMI VALLEY WESTLAKE VILLAGE
 
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✔★★★★★ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE SIMI VALLEY + Linkedin: http://tiny.cc/7z631x INVESTMENTS FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD, DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, VETERANS, 529 ABLE PLAN PLANS + Establish the proper intelligent investment plan for your loved one. Contact Steven today to discuss how he can help you achieve your financial goals for now and the future. An Investment Advisor and CFP (Certified Financial Planner), who enjoys more than 35 years of proficiency, Steven Seegmiller listens to his clients’ investment experience and risk apprehensions, as well as focusing on the valuable patterns of stocks and bonds to build tailored portfolios. Steven Seegmiller brings years of education, experience, research, know-how, ethics and leadership to the benefit of his clients and to the very practical world of financial planning. If you are seeking complete portfolio solutions, as well as a thoughtful and individualized customer oriented investment experience, please contact Steven Seegmiller today. “AUTISM SPEAKS”, AUTISM, AUTISTIC ADHD MENTAL RETARDATION DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED DISABILITIES DISABILTY DISABLED VETERANS CARETAKER CARETAKERS, CAREGIVER, HOME HEALTH, HOME CARE, GROUP HOMES, SUPPORT, SUPPORT GROUPS, DAYCARE, DAY CARE, MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS, MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS, DAYCARE, LEARNING DISABILITY, LEARNING DISABILITIES, TESTING, TEST, TESTS, THERAPY THERAPIST THERAPISTS, RESOURCES HELP PARENT PARENTS PARENTING HELPING SAVING SAVINGS, SCHOOL SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION, HOME SCHOOL, HOME SCHOOLING, TUTORS PRIVATE TUTORS PRIVATE TEACHERS STROKE ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY, BABY SITTERS, BEST QUALITY OF LIFE, BETTER LIFE, TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORT, BUS, VAN, DIAL A RIDE, SUPPORT, TRAINING, UBER, MEDICADE, MEDICARE, DOCTORS, EXAM, EXAMS, EXAMINATION, EXAMINATIONS, TRAINING, BOOKKEEPER, BOOKKEEPERS, AUTO PAY, ARTICLES, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN PLANS, CALIFORNIA CA THOUSAND OAKS VENTURA LOS ANGELES CALABASAS AGOURA HILLS NEWBURY PARK CAMARILLO PASADENA WOODLAND HILLS, SANTA MONICA, SANTA BARBARA, NEAR, BEST, IN, CLOSE TO, TOP, NUMBER ONE, KNOWLEDGABLE, EXPERIENCED, FIND, SEARCH, LOCATE, INVESTOR INVESTORS INVESTMENTS INVESTING TRUST TRUSTS LIVING TRUSTS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR, FINANCIAL ADVISORS, FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, GUARDIAN, GUARDIANSHIP, EXPERIENCE, TAX CONSIDERATIONS, DEDUCTIONS, BENEFITS, WRITE-OFFS, TIPS, ADVICE, INSURANCE, WHOLE LIFE, TERM LIFE, VANGUARD, PRUDENTIAL, T. ROWE PRICE, MORGAN STANLEY, WELLS FARGO, SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD, KAISER, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIETY OF FINANCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, ESTATE PLANNING, WEALTH MANAGEMENT, BENEFICIARIES, BENEFICIARY, PBS, TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP, STOCKS, STOCK MARKET, CHINA, MEXICO, IMMIGRATION
✔ INVESTING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN 805-312-0400 SIMI VALLEY WESTLAKE VILLAGE THOUSAND OAKS
 
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✔★★★★★ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE SIMI VALLEY + Linkedin: http://tiny.cc/7z631x INVESTMENTS FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD, DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, VETERANS, 529 ABLE PLAN PLANS + Establish the proper intelligent investment plan for your loved one. Contact Steven today to discuss how he can help you achieve your financial goals for now and the future. An Investment Advisor and CFP (Certified Financial Planner), who enjoys more than 35 years of proficiency, Steven Seegmiller listens to his clients’ investment experience and risk apprehensions, as well as focusing on the valuable patterns of stocks and bonds to build tailored portfolios. Steven Seegmiller brings years of education, experience, research, know-how, ethics and leadership to the benefit of his clients and to the very practical world of financial planning. If you are seeking complete portfolio solutions, as well as a thoughtful and individualized customer oriented investment experience, please contact Steven Seegmiller today. “AUTISM SPEAKS”, AUTISM, AUTISTIC ADHD MENTAL RETARDATION DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED DISABILITIES DISABILTY DISABLED VETERANS CARETAKER CARETAKERS, CAREGIVER, HOME HEALTH, HOME CARE, GROUP HOMES, SUPPORT, SUPPORT GROUPS, DAYCARE, DAY CARE, MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS, MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS, DAYCARE, LEARNING DISABILITY, LEARNING DISABILITIES, TESTING, TEST, TESTS, THERAPY THERAPIST THERAPISTS, RESOURCES HELP PARENT PARENTS PARENTING HELPING SAVING SAVINGS, SCHOOL SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION, HOME SCHOOL, HOME SCHOOLING, TUTORS PRIVATE TUTORS PRIVATE TEACHERS STROKE ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY, BABY SITTERS, BEST QUALITY OF LIFE, BETTER LIFE, TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORT, BUS, VAN, DIAL A RIDE, SUPPORT, TRAINING, UBER, MEDICADE, MEDICARE, DOCTORS, EXAM, EXAMS, EXAMINATION, EXAMINATIONS, TRAINING, BOOKKEEPER, BOOKKEEPERS, AUTO PAY, ARTICLES, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN PLANS, CALIFORNIA CA THOUSAND OAKS VENTURA LOS ANGELES CALABASAS AGOURA HILLS NEWBURY PARK CAMARILLO PASADENA WOODLAND HILLS, SANTA MONICA, SANTA BARBARA, NEAR, BEST, IN, CLOSE TO, TOP, NUMBER ONE, KNOWLEDGABLE, EXPERIENCED, FIND, SEARCH, LOCATE, INVESTOR INVESTORS INVESTMENTS INVESTING TRUST TRUSTS LIVING TRUSTS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR, FINANCIAL ADVISORS, FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, GUARDIAN, GUARDIANSHIP, EXPERIENCE, TAX CONSIDERATIONS, DEDUCTIONS, BENEFITS, WRITE-OFFS, TIPS, ADVICE, INSURANCE, WHOLE LIFE, TERM LIFE, VANGUARD, PRUDENTIAL, T. ROWE PRICE, MORGAN STANLEY, WELLS FARGO, SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD, KAISER, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIETY OF FINANCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, ESTATE PLANNING, WEALTH MANAGEMENT, BENEFICIARIES, BENEFICIARY, PBS, TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP, STOCKS, STOCK MARKET, CHINA, MEXICO, IMMIGRATION
✔ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS
 
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✔★★★★★ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE SIMI VALLEY + Linkedin: http://tiny.cc/7z631x INVESTMENTS FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD, DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, VETERANS, 529 ABLE PLAN PLANS + Establish the proper intelligent investment plan for your loved one. Contact Steven today to discuss how he can help you achieve your financial goals for now and the future. An Investment Advisor and CFP (Certified Financial Planner), who enjoys more than 35 years of proficiency, Steven Seegmiller listens to his clients’ investment experience and risk apprehensions, as well as focusing on the valuable patterns of stocks and bonds to build tailored portfolios. Steven Seegmiller brings years of education, experience, research, know-how, ethics and leadership to the benefit of his clients and to the very practical world of financial planning. If you are seeking complete portfolio solutions, as well as a thoughtful and individualized customer oriented investment experience, please contact Steven Seegmiller today. “AUTISM SPEAKS”, AUTISM, AUTISTIC ADHD MENTAL RETARDATION DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED DISABILITIES DISABILTY DISABLED VETERANS CARETAKER CARETAKERS, CAREGIVER, HOME HEALTH, HOME CARE, GROUP HOMES, SUPPORT, SUPPORT GROUPS, DAYCARE, DAY CARE, MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS, MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS, DAYCARE, LEARNING DISABILITY, LEARNING DISABILITIES, TESTING, TEST, TESTS, THERAPY THERAPIST THERAPISTS, RESOURCES HELP PARENT PARENTS PARENTING HELPING SAVING SAVINGS, SCHOOL SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION, HOME SCHOOL, HOME SCHOOLING, TUTORS PRIVATE TUTORS PRIVATE TEACHERS STROKE ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY, BABY SITTERS, BEST QUALITY OF LIFE, BETTER LIFE, TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORT, BUS, VAN, DIAL A RIDE, SUPPORT, TRAINING, UBER, MEDICADE, MEDICARE, DOCTORS, EXAM, EXAMS, EXAMINATION, EXAMINATIONS, TRAINING, BOOKKEEPER, BOOKKEEPERS, AUTO PAY, ARTICLES, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN PLANS, CALIFORNIA CA THOUSAND OAKS VENTURA LOS ANGELES CALABASAS AGOURA HILLS NEWBURY PARK CAMARILLO PASADENA WOODLAND HILLS, SANTA MONICA, SANTA BARBARA, NEAR, BEST, IN, CLOSE TO, TOP, NUMBER ONE, KNOWLEDGABLE, EXPERIENCED, FIND, SEARCH, LOCATE, INVESTOR INVESTORS INVESTMENTS INVESTING TRUST TRUSTS LIVING TRUSTS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR, FINANCIAL ADVISORS, FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, GUARDIAN, GUARDIANSHIP, EXPERIENCE, TAX CONSIDERATIONS, DEDUCTIONS, BENEFITS, WRITE-OFFS, TIPS, ADVICE, INSURANCE, WHOLE LIFE, TERM LIFE, VANGUARD, PRUDENTIAL, T. ROWE PRICE, MORGAN STANLEY, WELLS FARGO, SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD, KAISER, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIETY OF FINANCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, ESTATE PLANNING, WEALTH MANAGEMENT, BENEFICIARIES, BENEFICIARY, PBS, TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP, STOCKS, STOCK MARKET, CHINA, MEXICO, IMMIGRATION
✔ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS
 
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✔★★★★★ 805-312-0400 STEVE SEEGMILLER INVESTMENT ADVISOR FOR SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN & PERSONS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE SIMI VALLEY + Linkedin: http://tiny.cc/7z631x INVESTMENTS FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS CHILD, DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, VETERANS, 529 ABLE PLAN PLANS + Establish the proper intelligent investment plan for your loved one. Contact Steven today to discuss how he can help you achieve your financial goals for now and the future. An Investment Advisor and CFP (Certified Financial Planner), who enjoys more than 35 years of proficiency, Steven Seegmiller listens to his clients’ investment experience and risk apprehensions, as well as focusing on the valuable patterns of stocks and bonds to build tailored portfolios. Steven Seegmiller brings years of education, experience, research, know-how, ethics and leadership to the benefit of his clients and to the very practical world of financial planning. If you are seeking complete portfolio solutions, as well as a thoughtful and individualized customer oriented investment experience, please contact Steven Seegmiller today. “AUTISM SPEAKS”, AUTISM, AUTISTIC ADHD MENTAL RETARDATION DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED DISABILITIES DISABILTY DISABLED VETERANS CARETAKER CARETAKERS, CAREGIVER, HOME HEALTH, HOME CARE, GROUP HOMES, SUPPORT, SUPPORT GROUPS, DAYCARE, DAY CARE, MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS, MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS, DAYCARE, LEARNING DISABILITY, LEARNING DISABILITIES, TESTING, TEST, TESTS, THERAPY THERAPIST THERAPISTS, RESOURCES HELP PARENT PARENTS PARENTING HELPING SAVING SAVINGS, SCHOOL SCHOOLS SPECIAL EDUCATION, HOME SCHOOL, HOME SCHOOLING, TUTORS PRIVATE TUTORS PRIVATE TEACHERS STROKE ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY, BABY SITTERS, BEST QUALITY OF LIFE, BETTER LIFE, TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORT, BUS, VAN, DIAL A RIDE, SUPPORT, TRAINING, UBER, MEDICADE, MEDICARE, DOCTORS, EXAM, EXAMS, EXAMINATION, EXAMINATIONS, TRAINING, BOOKKEEPER, BOOKKEEPERS, AUTO PAY, ARTICLES, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, COLLEGE SAVINGS PLAN PLANS, CALIFORNIA CA THOUSAND OAKS VENTURA LOS ANGELES CALABASAS AGOURA HILLS NEWBURY PARK CAMARILLO PASADENA WOODLAND HILLS, SANTA MONICA, SANTA BARBARA, NEAR, BEST, IN, CLOSE TO, TOP, NUMBER ONE, KNOWLEDGABLE, EXPERIENCED, FIND, SEARCH, LOCATE, INVESTOR INVESTORS INVESTMENTS INVESTING TRUST TRUSTS LIVING TRUSTS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR, FINANCIAL ADVISORS, FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS, GUARDIAN, GUARDIANSHIP, EXPERIENCE, TAX CONSIDERATIONS, DEDUCTIONS, BENEFITS, WRITE-OFFS, TIPS, ADVICE, INSURANCE, WHOLE LIFE, TERM LIFE, VANGUARD, PRUDENTIAL, T. ROWE PRICE, MORGAN STANLEY, WELLS FARGO, SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BLUE CROSS, BLUE SHIELD, KAISER, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL SECURITY, SOCIETY OF FINANCIAL SERVICE PROFESSIONALS, ESTATE PLANNING, WEALTH MANAGEMENT, BENEFICIARIES, BENEFICIARY, PBS, TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP, STOCKS, STOCK MARKET, CHINA, MEXICO, IMMIGRATION
Imagine. Invest. Empower. |  Building Hope
 
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The Low Income Investment Fund partnered with Building Hope to find a permanent home for Bridges Public Charter School, a Pre-K-5th grade school serving children with and without special needs; Briya Public Charter School, an adult school with early childhood education services; and Mary’s Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center. Learn more about the Building Hope project and LIIF's impact by visiting our annual report: www.liifund.org/annual-report.
The Financial ROI for Investing in Special Needs Children
 
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Exceptional SC Executive Director shares about the state's scholarship program for special needs students and the financial impact that businesses and individuals can get by supporting the program.
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How Can Special Needs Trusts and Structured Settlements Fit Together? Andrew Hook Explains
 
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Person injury plaintiffs who are also persons with special needs can use structured settlements, but the help of a special needs attorney is important to make sure that things are done correctly. For more information, go to http://www.thesettlementchannel.com/
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What types of Special Needs Trusts are there?
 
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There are two types of Special Needs Trusts: Pooled and Private. A Pooled Special Needs Trust (or a Pooled Trust) is managed by a non-profit organization. Money from all the participants is kept together for investment purposes, but the amount of money each person contributed and is entitled to is tracked on an individual basis. Depending upon the laws of your state, people of any age may be able to use a pooled Special Needs Trust account. As long as you tell your benefits caseworker about the Pooled Trust and follow all the rules, using a Pooled Trust can protect your government benefits and allow you to get the most for your money. A Private Special Needs Trust is a little different. It's a disability trust that a local attorney in your state will prepare based on your individual needs. Typically, a private Special Needs Trust is used when a person has a large amount of money to deposit into the trust. In most cases, these trusts are set up with more than $250,000. To utilize a private Special Needs Trust there are some requirements: you must be under age sixty-five, classified as disabled, and your parent, grandparent or court-appointed guardian must create the trust. Please note that timing is critical. You must create or join a Special Needs Trust before accepting your settlement proceeds. The terms of the trust cannot be changed once the money is deposited into the trust account. These types of special needs trust are considered irrevocable, and that means that once the trust is set up, it generally cannot be cancelled and the money cannot be taken out until the beneficiary dies, or all the funds have been spent. You should also know that there is a chance that you will lose at least one month of your SSI eligibility even if you spend down your settlement money or use a Special Needs Trust. This is because Social Security typically considers the month you receive settlement money to be income for that month. If you have any questions, you should talk to a qualified government benefits or disability-planning advisor before you deposit or cash your settlement award. Remember, no matter which option you choose, you must tell your case worker about your settlement or you could lose your benefits. In the end, if you think you a pooled Special Needs Trust would be best for you, you'll need to contact a pooled special needs trust organization and set one up. If you set-up a pooled trust, you must tell the Garretson Resolution Group which organization you selected.
Why Special Needs Students Want School Choice
 
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Every student with special needs deserves a good education, right? So why are so many of them stuck in public schools that can't meet their needs? Jake Olson, a blind student at USC, explains why school choice is the right choice for students with special needs. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt Have you taken the pledge for school choice? Click here! http://www.schoolchoicenow.com/ Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! https://www.prageru.com FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: http://l.prageru.com/29SgPaX JOIN our Educators Network! http://l.prageru.com/2c8vsff Script: The first thing you should know about me: I’m a very lucky guy. The second thing you should know is: I’m blind, and that’s why I’m wearing these. I was born with retinal cancer and, at ten months old, I lost my left eye. At twelve years old, I lost my right. So, why am I so lucky then? I’ll give you three reasons: I have a loving and supporting family; I play competitive golf, which I love; and I’m the long snapper for the University of Southern California, which I love even more. But there’s another reason why I’m lucky… and that’s because, even though I’m blind, and even though I have special needs, I got a great education. There is six and half million public school students in the United States who, like me, have special needs. Some of them have more serious disabilities than I do; some of them, less. But most aren’t as lucky as I am. I went to Orange Lutheran, a private high school in Southern California. My school gave me a tutor that was able to help me through Calculus and other Advanced Placement courses. They gave me the same opportunities and expectations as any other student. And now, I go to a great college. But this was only possible because I was born into a family that could afford private school. In California, that’s the only way special-needs students can be assured a good education. Why? Because in California, and in most states, if you’re a special-needs student, you don’t have any choices. If you cannot afford a private school, you are stuck -- in going to the public school that the government chooses for you. I tried that at first, but right off the bat there were problems. All the special-needs students in my district were grouped into one class. Academic ability didn’t matter; interest didn’t matter; it only mattered that you had a disability. Even if I were to outperform other students, say, in Honors Chemistry, I couldn’t take the class with them because I was blind. And this was in Orange County, California – home to some of the nation’s top public schools! Imagine what it’s like in less fortunate communities. But, thanks to my parents, I had options. So I left the public school and went to a private one. But what about the millions of special-needs students in middle-to-lower income families? Don’t they deserve the same opportunities that I had? Of course, they do! And that’s why I’m for school choice. With school choice, the money follows the student. Every child receives funding that their parents can direct to the school that best fits their needs: public, private, charter, even homeschool – no one is stuck in a school that doesn’t work for them. Twelve states already employ school choice programs for special needs students. And it works. One great example comes from Florida. The McKay Scholarship Program for Students with Disabilities gives kids the choice to attend the public school in their district, a public school in another district, or even a private school. A study by the Manhattan Institute showed marked improvement in reading and math scores for the students in the program. Not surprisingly, this program is becoming more popular. In 2009, 20,000 special-needs students enrolled. In 2015, that number had grown to over 31,000. For the complete script, visit https://www.prageru.com/videos/why-special-needs-students-want-school-choice
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Camp Lee Mar: 60 Years Of Summer Fun For Special Needs Children | TIME
 
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Photographer Gillian Laub visited Camp Lee Mar, a beloved summer destination in Pennsylvania for children with special needs, as it celebrates its 60th anniversary Subscribe to TIME ►► http://po.st/SubscribeTIME Get closer to the world of entertainment and celebrity news as TIME gives you access and insight on the people who make what you watch, read and share. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2EFFA5DB900C633F Money helps you learn how to spend and invest your money. Find advice and guidance you can count on from how to negotiate, how to save and everything in between. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNKdqS_Wccs94rMHiajrRr4W Find out more about the latest developments in science and technology as TIME’s access brings you to the ideas and people changing our world. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNIzsgcwqhT6ctKOfHfyuaL3 Let TIME show you everything you need to know about drones, autonomous cars, smart devices and the latest inventions which are shaping industries and our way of living https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2862F811BE8F5623 Stay up to date on breaking news from around the world through TIME’s trusted reporting, insight and access https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNJeIsW3A2d5Bs22Wc3PHma6 CONNECT WITH TIME Web: http://time.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TIME Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/time Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TIME/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/time/?hl=en Magazine: http://time.com/magazine/ Newsletter: time.com/newsletter ABOUT TIME TIME brings unparalleled insight, access and authority to the news. A 24/7 news publication with nearly a century of experience, TIME’s coverage shapes how we understand our world. Subscribe for daily news, interviews, science, technology, politics, health, entertainment, and business updates, as well as exclusive videos from TIME’s Person of the Year, TIME 100 and more created by TIME’s acclaimed writers, producers and editors. Camp Lee Mar: 60 Years Of Summer Fun For Special Needs Children | TIME https://www.youtube.com/user/TimeMagazine
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Asia-Pacific Countries With Special Needs Development Report 2017
 
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Asia-Pacific Countries with Special Needs Development Report 2017 Investing in infrastructure for an inclusive and sustainable future implications for Bangladesh Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Venue: The Westin Hotel, Dhaka
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Special Needs Planning
 
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Founder and CEO of Northstar Financial Planners, Allen Giese, explains why Special Needs Planning is an important part of his practice. Disclaimer: Clicking the Like button does not constitute a testimonial for or endorsement of the Company. "Like" is not meant in the traditional sense. Testimonials relative to investment advisory services are strictly prohibited, any such postings are subject to removal. This is a regulatory requirement and has no bearing on how much we value our clients' opinions. No one commenting on this page should post specific securities recommendations. Questions about a specific investment advisor or security cannot be answered and may be removed from the page. Photos and images on this page should not be construed as an endorsement of the adviser by any client. Information presented is believed to be factual and up-to-date, but we do not guarantee its accuracy and it should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the subjects discussed. All expressions of opinion reflect the judgment of the authors as of the date of publication and are subject to change. Information provided is general in nature and does not constitute personalized investment advice. A professional adviser should be consulted before implementing any of the options presented. Any tax and estate planning information provided is general in nature and should not be construed as legal or tax advice. Always consult an attorney or tax professional regarding your specific legal or tax situation. Information on this website is not an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy or sell the securities mentioned herein. Hyperlinks on this website are provided as a convenience and we disclaim any responsibility for information, services or products found on pages linked hereto.
Understanding the Difference Between a Special Needs Trust and a Supplemental Needs Trust
 
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Many people have heard the term "Special Needs Trust" but confuse it with other types of Trusts when the topic of public benefits planning comes up. In this interesting and informative video, Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq., a noted New Jersey Elder Care and Elder Law Attorney, explains the major differences between a "Special Needs Trust" and a "Supplemental Needs Trust" and why it is ALWAYS preferable to have a Supplemental Needs Trust in lieu of a Special Needs Trust when possible. A must watch video for all parents, grandparents and others with an adult incapacitated and/or disabled child who is contemplating his or her future need for Medicaid, Section 8, and other public benefits.
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Emergency Management Special Needs Population Presentation
 
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Emergency Management Special Needs Population Presentation
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SM Cares for Persons with Special Needs
 
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SM has always ensured that all its malls provide a second home and offer sufficient accessibility to families with special needs.
Special Needs Trusts: How to Fund the Trust
 
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http://www.arkansas-estateplanning.com/services/planning-for-those-with-special-needs/ Understand how a trust in Fayetteville Arkansas is funded and administered.
Explosive Rental Growth, Investing in Special Needs Housing Featuring Nick Sidoti
 
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Main Monthly Meeting - June with Nick Sidoti Thursday, June 21, 2018 MSU - Management Education Center 811 W Square Lake Rd Troy, MI 48098 Nick will share his Secrets on How You Can Get 3 Times the Market Rent - Guaranteed and Mailed to You Each Month from Government Agencies! Come hear how Nick Sidoti AKA “DR. CASH FLOW” took a simple idea and turned it into a HIGH CASH FLOW - LOW HASSLE EMPIRE. Want to know how to increase cash flow from your existing rentals or how to implement new rental strategies to increase profits? Nick is your man! Featured in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, Nick has been investing in real estate since 1979. He has continued to buy real estate each and every year since. He specializes in residential rental properties, including single family homes, special needs housing and multi-family dwellings. His presentation will include various strategies, secrets and techniques for explosive rental growth, including renting to special populations.
Retirement in :20 Seconds - Retirement Planning When Your Loved One Has Special Needs
 
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Caring for a loved one with special needs is more common than you’d think. Voya Financial, Inc. (NYSE: VOYA), helps Americans plan, invest and protect their savings — to get ready to retire better. Serving the financial needs of approximately 15 million individual and institutional customers in the United States, Voya is a Fortune 500 company that had $8.6 billion in revenue in 2017. The company had $555 billion in total assets under management and administration as of Dec. 31, 2017. With a clear mission to make a secure financial future possible — one person, one family, one institution at a time — Voya’s vision is to be America’s Retirement Company®. Certified as a “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work® Institute, Voya is equally committed to conducting business in a way that is socially, environmentally, economically and ethically responsible. Voya has been recognized as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies® by the Ethisphere Institute, one of the 2018 World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune magazine and one of the Top Green Companies in the U.S. by Newsweek magazine. For more information, visit voya.com. Follow Voya Financial on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter @Voya.
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Helping Children and Youth with Special Needs Achieve Their Goals
 
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Ontario Taking Action to Reduce Wait Times and Improve Services Ontario is reducing wait times and enhancing rehabilitation services for children and youth with special needs, and their families. The province is investing an additional $5 million annually in children's treatment centres to expand access to physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech-language therapy for up to an additional 2,000 children annually across Ontario. Ontario is also investing an additional $1.25 million in one-time funding to help children's treatment centres further reduce waitlists for assessments. Improving access to services for children and youth with special needs is part of the government's plan to invest in people, build modern infrastructure and support a dynamic business climate. www.ontario.ca/mcys
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Planning Beyond Education For Your Special Needs Child
 
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Consider both planning for your child’s education needs, as well as their financial needs to ensure a positive future. Littman Krooks LLP hosts an online webinar series for families, self-advocates, teachers and other professionals who are interested in learning, advocating and understanding the unique legal challenges of people with special needs or developmental disabilities. These webinars will provide current information on a variety of topics pertinent to Special Education Advocacy and Special Needs Planning. Two leading attorneys in this field – Erica Fitzgerald, Esq., and Stacy Sadove, Esq., host this webinar. As we move through the series, the information presented in one webinar will build on the information presented in previous ones. Register for the next part in our special education webinar series by clicking here: http://www.specialneedsnewyork.com/special_education_webinar_series/ or visit our website www.specialneedsnewyork.com for more information about our legal services. This information has been developed by Littman Krooks LLP. The information is not intended to, and does not, constitute legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice, you should consult with an attorney regarding the specific facts and circumstances of your matter. Viewing the content of this video does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor does it indicate an intent or agreement to represent any particular party. If you are seeking legal representation, please contact Littman Krooks LLP, directly. Representations are made on a case-by-case basis are not entered into until a written agreement has been signed by both parties. This video may not be reproduced without the express permission of Littman Krooks LLP.
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JESUS LOVES CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
 
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Here is the link https://youtu.be/Q9jqI4svrNY Also, please read one of my subscribers MIRACLE STORY HERE!!! http://www.virtualonlineeditions.com/publication/?i=217342&p=60
Special Needs Equipment Fund
 
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The LaManna Alliance is committed to helping children with special needs receive the equipment they need to thrive. Your donation allows them to get the help they need, when the family budget or other sources of support can't cover the cost. Learn more: https://www.unitedwaypbc.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donate.special-needs-equipment-fund To find out more about Rock LaManna and The LaManna Alliance, visit: http://www.rocklamanna.com. You'll find many resources designed to empower you, whether you're looking to buy, sell, or build your printing business.
Views: 82 Rock LaManna
HUMANITARIAN NEWS - TECOM Investments Organises  Programme for People with Special Needs
 
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In humanitarian news, an Emirati firm assists people with special needs through an internship program. TECOM Investments, a member of Dubai Holding in the United Arab Emirates, is sponsoring the month-long summer training project. Mr. Abdullatif AlMulla, Group Chief Executive Officer of TECOM Investments, stated, "We believe there should be greater engagement between all sections of the community and our organization stands to benefit from the talent of special needs people who are important contributors to the society." Our sincere thankfulness, Chief Executive Officer Mr. Abdullatif AlMulla and TECOM Investments, for your thoughtful and caring endeavor. May all precious individuals be given full support and opportunities to joyously participate in our vibrant world.
Views: 100 NoteworthyNews
Casa Providencia Special Needs Orphanage In Colón Opens Its Doors
 
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Casa Providencia Special Needs Orphanage In Colón Opens Its Doors Live and Invest Overseas talks with Carlos Santos, the incoming president of the Rotary Club Panamá Oeste, and Misty Hedspeth, Co-founder of Heart’s Cry Children’s Ministry, upon the inauguration of Casa Providencia, Panama’s first-ever full-time care facility dedicated to helping disabled orphans. Located a stone’s throw from the lapping waters of Lake Gatún in the former Canal Zone neighborhood of Espinar, Casa Providencia is modern and fully equipped, the result of Heart’s Cry Children’s Ministry working in tandem with groups like Rotary Club Panamá Oeste to raise funds and locate resources and manpower to bring this vision to life. Visit www.CasaProvidencia.org or www.HeartsCryChildren.com to learn more.
Special Needs Trusts in PA
 
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Find out more by visiting http://hynumlaw.com
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187-Q&A: Special Needs Planning, Podcast Feedback, 15-Year Old Son's College Account, My Invest...
 
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Today, we continue the Q&A blitz! Here are the questions I cover today: Do you have any tips or feedback about how to factor a special needs child when planning for retirement, college, etc?. The typical advice usually is that, typical, once you have a special needs child things change as you dwell into the wonderful world of early intervention, therapies, IEPs, tax planning, etc, I used to think I would just need to change my assumptions in terms of planning for our son to be with us long way past his 18th birthday, as well as making sure we plan for after we are gone. But I’m sure I’m missing other strategies. I've been working at a major package delivery company for almost 26 years. I was just inducted into the circle of honor. Which means that I have gone accident free for over 25 years. Mind you I drive in New York City. I am highly trained, and pretty good at what I do. Since listening to you, and some other podcasts. I was thinking of starting my own podcast. Driving is something almost everyone does and there really aren't any podcasts on safe driving. Trust me most people don't know what they're doing. The problem I have is exactly what you went through after episode 181. I don't want to argue with people over everything that I say. I don't understand why people can't take the good, and credible information out of a conversation, and leave the bad behind. I don't agree with everything you said, but that doesn't mean I didn't pause, and think about what you were saying. Kudos to you. I'll be retiring in four years, maybe by then I won't care what anybody thinks. Since I have your attention I have a question. I have a 15 year old son. Who works for his mothers company from home. He he takes home takes home $225 every two weeks. In which she saves about 75% of that. I opened up a brokerage account for him to separate the money from savings, and checking. I spread the money out into four different ETFs. I'm trying to teach him to invest and diversify. The problem I have is he maybe using some of this money, or all of it for college. I'm afraid the stock portion could be a problem, since I know you shouldn't have money in the market you're going to need within 3 to 5 years. Would like to know your thoughts on this situation. During episode 181 you mentioned that you don’t have your money in the markets for moral reasons. Where do you put your money and have it grow in line with inflation or better yet beat it? I very much enjoy your show. I took in the marathon of show #181. Thank you for using such controversial material to make your point. There is not enough genuine debate and too much simplified propaganda from all sides in this country. One point that stood out to me from this particular show is your personal approach to investment for your own family. My question is, if your position on investing in large “Evil” public companies is so strong that you would not personally invest in them, how do you justify working in the financial industry, advising individuals on their investments in those same publicly traded companies? I’m assuming that you are or will be engaged in that financial advisory role. Could you also please touch on the investment categories that you are or will consider for your family's financial plan (generally speaking of course). Keep up the good work. Your show continues to be a source of excellent information and your delivery continues to improve! Enjoy! Joshua Support Radical Personal Finance: http://radicalpersonalfinance.com/patron
Special Needs Trust Workshop April 26 2018
 
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Here is a link to the materials for the workshop https://dalelawfirm.sharefile.com/share/view/s3c46cb773d348319
Views: 397 Stephen Dale
Saving for children’s special needs
 
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ABLE accounts are tax-advantaged savings plans for children with disabilities. As Lisa Lewitzke explains, ABLE accounts can help families fund for future needs. For more information: http://bit.ly/ABLEacct Lisa Lewitzke is a registered representative at Landaas & Company. http://www.landaas.com/about/talent/associates/lisa-lewitzke Money Talk Video by Jason Scuglik http://www.landaas.com/about/support-staff/jason-scuglik Money Talk Video by Peter May http://www.landaas.com/about/talent/associates/peter-may More information and insight from Money Talk http://www.landaas.com/money-talk Money Talk Videos http://www.landaas.com/money-talk/money-talk-videos Landaas & Company Money Talk newsletter http://www.landaas.com/about/newsletter Follow Landaas & Company on Twitter http://www.Twitter.com/@_Money_Talk (initially posted December 30, 2016)
Views: 47 Money Talk
Sixth Annual Miracle Special Needs Camp
 
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Sixth Annual Miracle Special Needs camp, presented by Durand and Gallentine Investment Management Group. Special thanks to Dave Clark Baseball.
Views: 197 FortMyersMiracle
ABLE to save more for special needs
 
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Planning to pay for the uncertainties of an individual with special needs is challenging. Lisa Lewitzke explains how the updated ABLE savings account can help. Lisa Lewitzke is a registered representative at Landaas & Company. http://www.landaas.com/about/talent/associates/lisa-lewitzke Money Talk Video by Jason Scuglik http://www.landaas.com/about/support-staff/jason-scuglik Money Talk Video by Peter May http://www.landaas.com/about/talent/associates/peter-may More information and insight from Money Talk http://www.landaas.com/money-talk Money Talk Videos http://www.landaas.com/money-talk/money-talk-videos Landaas & Company Money Talk newsletter http://www.landaas.com/about/newsletter Follow Landaas & Company on Twitter http://www.Twitter.com/@_Money_Talk (initially posted August 30, 2018)
Views: 32 Money Talk
Friendships for Special Needs Moms - Episode 15
 
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Friendships is a big topic when it comes to special needs moms. What are the struggles, blessings, and how can we invest in our friendships?
Views: 72 Ellen Stumbo
The Special Needs Ministry of Fairview UMC, Maryville, TN
 
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See what the investment of the family of faith at Fairview UMC is making in the lives of families with special needs children.
Views: 233 Wil Davenport
How to deal with children with special needs in schools
 
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For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Views: 530 SABC Digital News
06 21 18 ULT TV  Fernandez, Huecker
 
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A study of the investment habits of families with special needs children and an update on Louisville’s economy from UofL economics professor Jose Fernandez. A study of sleep problems in emergency room doctors and residents and what’s new in UofL Hospital ER with Dr. Martin Huecker.
Retirement Savings Rule 2: Plan for Your Future Goals and Needs
 
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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Last week, we discussed limiting investment risk in retirement planning. So what are financial planners advising people to invest in? Stocks and bonds are the best known investments and are important to any savings plan. Instruments like savings accounts and certificates of deposit pay a small rate of interest. They carry little risk. Annuities are another savings instrument with low risk. Financial planner Pete D'Arruda says "Worldwide, people can put their money in annuities, which are basically savings accounts offered by insurance companies." But he says it is important to make a decision about an annuity with a good financial planner. He warns that annuity agreements can be complex, and many bad ones are out there. Pete D'Arruda says good planning means placing money into financial securities and accounts that have different risk levels, using asset allocation. "So true asset allocation is having some in stocks, some in bonds, some in mutual funds, but then some in other places with guaranteed income and then safety and liquidity kind of accounts for emergencies." This method of savings follows the old saying you should not "put all your eggs in one basket." But that is not for everyone. Sande Taylor is with the investment company Charles Schwab in south Florida. She advises investors every day. She says many investors have a personal style. There are conservative investors. "A conservative investor by definition typically has eighty percent of their portfolio within fixed income markets and cash." Even in retirement, Sande Taylor says, some people have their entire financial portfolio, or set of investments, in stocks. They are the aggressive investors. In saving for retirement, there can be a difference between what people believe and what they actually do. In a recent Charles Schwab study, most Americans said they believe it would be easier to save for retirement if they were single. But the study found that eighty-five percent of married people had started saving, while only two thirds of singles had. Sande Taylor says younger people may seek short term goals. "The younger individuals look at it and think, 'Well retirement is so far away, I'd rather focus on my shorter term goals.'" But she says there are big gains to be made by starting early and planning for the future. For VOA Special English, I'm Carolyn Presutti.(Adapted from a radio program broadcast 04Nov2011)
Views: 39483 VOA Learning English
Waiting for Special Needs Assessments
 
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Kids with special needs have been left waiting years for assessments, and seriously short when it comes to the support they need. Our kids deserve more one-on-one support, smaller classes and better resources. It's time government invested more in public education. Kids matter. Teachers care. Learn more at afairdeal.ca.
Third Party Special Needs Trusts
 
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Third Party Special Needs Trusts - Call toll free at 855-494-7552 or visit: http://m.tomcoxlaw.com/specialneedstrustshome.htm There are two primary types of special needs trusts: first party trusts and third party trusts (aka third party special needs trusts). Special needs trusts are used to improve the lives of people with special needs. If people with special needs own too much property, they become ineligible for government benefits. Special needs trust help people with special needs avoid this problem because the trust owns the property instead of the person with special needs. A special needs trust you create and fund with your own property to help a loved one with special needs is called a third-party trust, and it will not protect any property that person receives directly through inheritance, a court settlement, insurance, or any other payment. Only a first-party special needs trust can protect the property of a person with special needs. Third-Party Special Needs Trusts aka Third Party Trusts A third-party special needs trust is the typical type of trust used to benefit a person with special needs. Commonly, family members create a trust for a loved one with special needs and leave property in the trust through their estate plan (their will, trust, life insurance, or other beneficiary designation). The trustee of the trust uses trust funds to support the person with special needs. When doing so, the trustee must carefully abide by trust requirements – trust funds cannot be used for anything that would make the beneficiary ineligible for benefits, such as cash gifts. But the trustee may use trust funds for many other things, including classes, hobbies, luxury items, personal services, furniture, professional fees, computer equipment, pet supplies, transportation, and vacations. The beneficiary never owns the property in the trust and does not have direct access to trust funds. First-Party Special Needs Trusts Unlike third-party trusts, which are funded by property owned by someone other the beneficiary, a first-party trust is used for the property of person with special needs. A person with special needs might acquire property though a: personal injury award retirement plan divorce settlement life insurance policy, or inheritance. But if a person with special needs owns any significant amount of property outright, it will affect eligibility for government benefits. So instead of owning the property directly, the person with special needs puts the property into a first-party trust. If the trust is created properly, adhering to strict government rules, those assets can be used to benefit the person with special needs without jeopardizing eligibility for government benefits. There are several variations of this type of trust, including a “payback special needs trust,” “litigation special needs trust,” “Miller Trust,” “pooled SNT,” “(d)(4)(A) SNT,” or “(d)(4)(C) SNT.” All of these trusts are subject to specific federal and state rules designed to keep applicants from sheltering their property in order to meet program eligibility requirements. They are also generally subject to “payback” rules that require that the state be reimbursed for medical expenses after the trust beneficiary dies. More About Special Needs Trusts If you want to learn more about first-party special needs trusts, call toll free at 855-494-7552 or visit: http://m.tomcoxlaw.com/specialneedstrustshome.htm
Views: 225 Tom Cox
Estate Planning for Adult Children With Special Needs
 
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Rick Kahler, CFP, resides in Rapid City, South Dakota and is a fee-only financial planner. He is the co-author of "The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge". Learn more at http://www.kahlerfinancial.com The commentary on this website reflects the personal opinions, viewpoints and analyses of the Kahler Financial Group, Inc. employees providing such comments, and should not be regarded as a description of advisory services provided by Kahler Financial Group, Inc. or performance returns of any Kahler Financial Group, Inc. Investments client. The views reflected in the commentary are subject to change at any time without notice. Nothing on this website constitutes investment advice, performance data or any recommendation that any particular security, portfolio of securities, transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person. Any mention of a particular security and related performance data is not a recommendation to buy or sell that security. Kahler Financial Group, Inc. manages its clients’ accounts using a variety of investment techniques and strategies, which are not necessarily discussed in the commentary. Investments in securities involve the risk of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Views: 34 Rick Kahler
RS.2,000 रोज कमाए, small business ideas, BUSINESS IDEA 2018, low investment, creative business
 
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मशीन खरीदनेकी लिंक : https://amzn.to/2Lyg63X small business ideas, BUSINESS IDEA 2018, low investment, creative business Creative Business Ideas is a Hindi YouTube channel for information on business ideas. here we upload videos on business to help people understand the business model. Earning money is an art. we are giving you business ideas four future business plan. you can earn more money with help of this business idea channel. I hope this channel helps you to grow your business. The business idea can make life perfect. I wish four bright business future.An idea can change the life. es chanal par aap ko business ideas sambandhit puri jankari milti hai.HINDI ME.....
Views: 3764639 CREATIVE BUSINESS IDEAS
Video Request-What Everybody Needs to Know About Investing
 
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A charitable man asks some questions EVERYBODY likely has and paid for this video. A MUST for every beginning investor. Got questions? Cappy's got answers! Some may even be right! www.assholeconsulting.com Here is the class Cappy offers for anybody who is interested: http://www.ed2go.com/online-courses/stocks-bonds-and-investing-oh-my?tab=detail
Views: 10146 AaronClarey
Nigeria needs infrastructure investment of $3 trillion over the next 30 years - Wiebe Boer
 
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A principal at the Lagos office of Boston Consulting Group talks about translating Nigeria's wealth to well being for its citizens.
Views: 2203 TVC News Nigeria
Snake With Special Needs
 
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Everyone that knows my female Coastal Carpet Python now calls her Miss Prissy Pants because she has that female attitude and is VERY set in her ways and she's one that will constantly try to tail smack you when she is out of she doesn't want to do something. She is 6 years old and still offering her rats will get me nothing except her trying to strike me in my face !! Her name is Jade and I hope to breed her with my male Chewy this coming year if she will stop scarring the crap out of him when I put them together he tries everything he can to hide from her. LOL I've never raised a snake with all the different personality quirks that Jade has so she is like a different snake every day yet I have to add VERY entertaining to say the least :)
Views: 896 1softkiss
Oral Hygiene For children with Special Needs Part 2 - By Dr. Yassmin kottait
 
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Children with special needs are more likely to develop tooth decay and gum diseases. This is because they are often not taught the correct ways to take care of their oral hygiene. It’s our duty to invest more time in them.
Views: 5 MyPediaClinic
Special Needs Playground Being Built In Las Cruces
 
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Children in Las Cruces living with disabilities will soon have a new playground, specially built to accommodate different disabilities and provide fun activities for all children to enjoy. Earlier this year, we met Dana Garcia and her teenage daughter Seriyah, who is living with cerebral palsy. Garcia was working to raise money for the city to be able to build a playground for children living with disabilities. Garcia says something as simple as a playground can help children and families feel like they are part of the community. “The playground in itself,” Garcia said. “It’s therapeutic in a number of ways, from just being out here in the environment, to being around people. It’s not only great for the children and adults, but it’s also great for the families. There are very little support systems here, and it’s just great for them to be able to come out and talk, and share their stories and share their experiences.” The new playground will cost around $330,000. Las Cruces Parks and Rec Director Sonya Delgado says about $160,000 was raised earlier this year with money from the state and private donations. Delgado says the city is funding the rest of the project, and is hoping to have the playground built by June of 2017. “All of our playgrounds are ADA accessible,” Delgado said. “But this particular playground will have elements that are specific for individuals with disabilities, which is going to be huge. There are not very many in the state of New Mexico, and so this will definitely be a first, and hopefully the first of a few more so we’re really excited about that.” Delgado says they are currently working with a design company, and when they have a draft of the design, they will hold public meetings to get input from the community. “Some of the things that people have already brought up,” Delgado said. “Having a fence around it. Different types of play elements for different types of disabilities. It’s still kind of very general. It’s their job to bring something back so then we can have a real conversation about what things will work, what things we’d like to see and things of that nature.” Dana Garcia says she hopes the new playground will have something for every child. “Meeting multiple needs,” Garcia said. “There are children who are wheelchair bound. There are some children who aren’t who can actually get up walk on their own, some who can get on the swing on their own, with some assistance or little assistance. You know there is a variety of children with a variety of disabilities.” Garcia says the new playground will be a great investment for the city of Las Cruces. “When you put a price tag on a playground structure,” Garcia said. “What does that really represent. What is that representing for the special needs community. Is that the price tag that it takes to break the barrier of inequality? Is that how much it costs to bring new opportunity, experience, and quality of life? Because for typical children they have it all, and I have a hard time understanding what the difference is there.” Public meetings for the park are expected to be held this fall.
Views: 6845 KRWGnews
School Principal Jokes About Telling Police Black Special Needs Student Has Gun
 
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Presented by Christopher Platt for YourBlackWorld.net! The Dr Boyce Watkins Channel is an all-black news and commentary channel that features a number of African American thinkers, commentators and speakers. The views of each video are not necessarily representative of those of Dr Boyce Watkins himself. You can follow Dr Watkins at the links below: Instagram: @TheRealBoyceWatkins Twitter: @DrBoyceWatkins1 Via Text: Text the word Boyce to 31996 Youtube: Youtube.com/DrBoyceWatkins To learn how to start your own business: TheBlackBusinessSchool.com Personal website: BoyceWatkins.com The Dr Boyce Watkins Wealth-building program for children: BlackMillionairesOfTomorrow.com To take my online course: TheBlackWealthBootcamp.com The Dr Boyce Watkins podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/boyce-watkins The Dr Boyce Watkins Black Economic Empowerment Tour: TheDrboyceWatkinsTour.com
Views: 3068 Your Black World

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