What will happen to my Special Needs Child when I am gone?
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Ever wondered what will happen to your Special Needs Child when you are gone?
Has the thought of your Child’s future kept you awake at night?
Have you been fraught with worry thinking about your Child’s employment and medical evaluations after you have passed away?
Then this is the book you should be reading right away.
This book answers all the questions regarding your child's care, development assessment, funding, treatments, employment, governmental benefits, estate planning, Life Insurance, Letter of Intent, Last Will and Testament, and more in a clear and concise manner.
This book covers:
What issues might arise after the death of a parent.
How to secure the continued growth and development of your child long after you are gone
How to draw up your last Will and testament.
How to do your Estate planning.
How to draft a Letter of intent/written care plan.
How to open a Special needs trust.
How to set up Life Insurance.
How do you document emergency contacts, medical data/history, accounts, and passwords?
What kind of Legal protection do you need to have in place?
How to Review your child's guardianship?
How to broach the topic of mortality with your special needs child
And much more
If you have a child with autism and Special needs and you are worried about their future then this is the book to buy.
This information has been presented in Bite-Sized portions so that it is easy for you to take action and get all the tasks completed.
And lastly, and most importantly what you will get is PEACE OF MIND that your Child's Future would be SECURE and that they will be taken care of, long after you are gone.
And your child will continue enjoying the SAME lifestyle he or she is used to.
Click the "BUY NOW" button and make this book yours.
Take a look at a few of the testimonials from parents who have read this book.
>> Forget Special Needs, this is a book which every family with a child should have and follow the instructions laid out, so that our children's lives are enriched long after we are gone, because at the end that is what you intend to accomplish - Tomer from LA, California .
>> There are few books explaining the Path forward for Special Needs after the death of their parents and/or guardians. This book fills a real gap - Kimberly A from Fall River, Massachusetts.
>> This book is extremely useful for families with neurotypical children and in families where there is a mixture of special needs and neuro-typical children. It is invaluable and provides solace and information - Michelle W from Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
>> A book sorely needed in these challenging times. In fact, I was reminded of life's frailties during Covid Pandemic and I am glad this book helped me put my fears at ease - Amanda T from Trenton, Ohio.
>> This book allows me to sleep peacefully at night knowing that Liam's future is secure - Patty H from Dover, Delaware
This is the best book you can gift yourself or gift it to a friend who is a Special Needs Parent.
The Paperback version is available only on Amazon platform
If you buy the eBook now, you will get this FREE bonus eBook which is available for a limited period ONLY.
Bonus eBook - Life Journal – What to do when I am gone. A Journal to help your Near & Dear ones navigate Life's Landscape once you are gone – WORTH $18.95
Print this Journal and use it to update all the relevant information about your contacts, legal and health issues, financial and business affairs and many more. This practical information contained in this 95 page Journal will play an extremely important role and can help your near and dear ones to sort out vital information at the time of need and can be a very valuable gift to them.
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About the Author
Susan Jules is a single parent and a mother of a 16 year old Special Needs Child. She is very passionate about Special Needs Education and is quite involved in the activities of her child's school. She lives with her son Nathan and her dog Ranger in a small farm near Rexburg, Idaho.