Your Letter of Intent: A Guide to Caring for Your Loved One Jun 1, 2012

One of the most useful documents to have on hand when you have a child (or spouse) with special needs is a completed Letter of Intent. Yet as valuable as it is to have, many families – regardless of their good intentions – don't have one. It takes time to complete, needs routine updating, and can lead some parents into conversations they've been avoiding. So why do it? Read the full article

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