Wheelchairs And Holidays 

For a wheelchair user, you must make sure that all places you visit are on holidays are fully wheelchair accessible. You must also check the place out before you visit to make sure that the place has wheelchair ramps and that you can get around the place without having problems. If you are also booking a […]

Trustees Duties By Allan

Deciding who you want to serve as your trustees is a decision that could have huge implications for your child’s financial security. It is a decision not to take lightly and for you to clearly match up with the right person When the Trustees take up their role they will have to get to grips […]

How Important Is Respite? – By Dolores

The answer is very important for everyone, parents, siblings and most importantly your child with additional needs. Do you know I was such a protective parent I didn’t let David go into respite until his teens!! I don’t think this was the right thing to do for David. Why? First of all most children go […]

Fair Deal Scheme – by Allan

Parents assume that after their passing the family home and any assets they have will be passed into the trust for their child with additional needs and/or divided by their other children. However, the reality is that the next generation of people to enter the Fair Deal scheme will be paying a large proportion of […]

Summer Holidays – By Dolores

Planning to go on a summer holiday when you have a child with additional needs is not easy. The more complex your child’s needs are the more planning has to go into arranging the family holiday. If at all possible don’t skip a year because the family holiday is so important for everyone. A change […]

Family Home – by Allan

When I am sitting down with parents to carry out their special needs trust plan. One of the areas I discuss with parents is the family home. My initial questions are always on how much they owe on their mortgage and how much per month do they pay. The reason I am so interested in […]