Monthly Archives: August 2016

How to Open an ABLE Account


By Stephen W. Dale, Esq. The first ABLE programs have been launched in Florida, Nebraska, Ohio and Tennessee, and three of them welcome applicants from other states. Since accounts can be rolled over from one state to another, families throughout the U.S. may want to begin exploring their options now. ABLE accounts, which grow tax-free, [...]

How to Open an ABLE Account2020-07-16T09:21:53-04:00

Coaches Can Help Job-Seekers with Disabilities


By Katherine N. Barr, Esq. Only 17.8 percent of U.S. working age individuals with disabilities have jobs. For adults who have autism, a developmental disability that has skyrocketed in prevalence, the unemployment rate is 80% (The Economist, April 2016). On average, those with jobs only worked part-time and faced large pay gaps compared to the [...]

Coaches Can Help Job-Seekers with Disabilities2020-06-24T16:06:17-04:00