Our SibTips Ebook and Resources for Siblings

Posted by Patty Manko on Thu, Jan 16, 2014 @ 01:50 PM

Introducing our Ebook:

SibTips: Vocabulary and Useful Tips for Siblings by Cynthia Haddad, CFP & Alex Nadworny, CFP

describe the imageCindy and Alex would like to share a glossary of terms they learned over their many years of providing Special Needs Financial Planning to families. As siblings, they gathered some helpful tips to share and have included them as a SibTip with their respective term. Cindy and Alex also included a directory of terms classified by our Five Factors of Special Needs Planning. 

Download  our  Sib Tips

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From the Department of Rehabilitation Services and Bureau of Education and Services for the Blind-

Planning for the Future:

Setting Up Lifelong Supports for your Child

Saturday, April 5, 2014  10:00-3:30

  • A parent program on creating lifetime supports for your child. Presented by individuals with expertise in this field (including our Cindy Haddad!).
  • Topics include: guardianship, financial planning, special needs trusts, wills, Medicaid, sibling involvement and social security.
Click here for the informational flyer and registration form.
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describe the imageFrom the Sibling Support Project-

The Sibling Support Project Mission: We believe that disabilities, illness, and mental health issues affect the lives of all family members.  Consequently, we want to increase the peer support and information opportunities for brothers and sisters of people with special needs and to increase parents' and providers' understanding of sibling issues.

Click here to access their list of sibling related books.

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For families of individuals with autism, Days of Whine and Rose has a reading list specifically for helping siblings understand autism.  Click here to access the list.

 

 

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