ABLE United $500 Summer Sweepstakes

ABLE United is hosting a Summer Sweepstakes, five individuals will receive a $500 contribution toward an account. Individuals can enter on Facebook and answer some easy questions to gain additional entries.   Entering is easy and you can enter daily to win! Just register with your email, and then answer a few simple questions to…

You know you’re an SPD mom…

You know you’re an SPD Parent when… …your child licks the step of an exam table right in front of the doctor. …the child leaves everything in at school and explodes right when they get home. …you change your whole routine just to see them smile. …you have a routine chart set and you don’t…

Learn more about Able United on Feb 28th @8pm online RSVP

I myself an in love with Able United. They have mad it so my family can save money and not get penalized or fear that our benefits will taken from us. Able United is making sure Florida residents with special needs have opportunities like everyone else does. Their one of the first to make a savings…

Florida’s Able United Frequently Asked Questions

I set up an account for my daughter Lily who has autism.The first day I could. Now, I can start to save for her future. I can also have the extra piece of mind that it’s there if I need it for therapies or equipment for her.     Questions from readers about the ABLE United…

Tips for Talking with Your Child with Special Needs About Tragedy

WASHINGTON – With recent tragedies in the news, many children, including those challenged with special needs, are exposed to trauma through the media and in conversations. The Episcopal Center for Children (ECC), a nonprofit school serving children with special needs ages 5-14 in the Washington, DC area, offers some advice on how to talk with…

Start Saving Like Never Before With Able

This post is sponsored by AbleUnited and Bloggin’ Mamas. All opinions are mine. The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act allows individuals with disabilities and their family and friends to save for future expenses, like popular Roth IRA and 529 college savings plans, while maintaining government benefits. 1. State Residency The individual with a…