Tue, May 24|
Education Night - ENABLE Special Needs Planning
This event has been rescheduled due to the presenter coming down with COVID. We will let you all know when we reschedule - it will be some time in June!
Time & Location
May 24, 2022, 5:30 PM
Reno, 1301 Cordone Ave, Reno, NV 89502, USA
About the event
Learn all about financial planning from one of the best in the business! Philip will be doing a virtual presentation, followed by a Q&A. (Virtual option from your home is available, please email KatyDSNNN@gmail.com for the link)
Lite refreshments @ 5:30
Presentation @ 6:00
HOW TO CREATE A PLAN THAT ENABLES YOUR CHILD TO LIVE THEIR BEST LIFE TODAY – AND ALWAYS! Tuesday, May 24 5:30-7:30 PM Presenter: Phillip Clark | Founder ENABLE Special Needs Planning www.ENABLEsnp.com At ENABLE, we believe that your child was made on purpose— and for a purpose! We also believe that your child has the ability to live an impactful life that makes a positive difference in the world.
Phillip Clark founded ENABLE Special Needs Planning thanks to the positive impact of his younger sister, Sarah, who has Down syndrome. Having begun his career in the planning industry, Phillip quickly realized the standard approach to special needs planning only focused on preparing families for what happens when the parents pass away and can no longer take care of their son or daughter with special needs.
As a proud older brother of a sister with special needs, he knew this style of planning wasn’t good enough and that his sister–and families like his–deserved a way to plan that focused on allowing their loved ones to live happy and fulfilling lives TODAY…and every day in the future.
For over a decade, Phillip has been helping families with their special needs planning. Today, ENABLE serves families with all different types of special needs in every state across America.PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ARE OFTEN WORRIED ABOUT THE FUTURE.
They feel overwhelmed trying to keep track of all the details swirling around inside their heads—doctors, therapies, medications, IEPs, government benefits–the list goes on and on.
Special needs parents long for their children to succeed in school, find a job that fits their abilities, and build meaningful social connections.
They are concerned that they might not be able to afford all of the resources to help their children truly thrive and enjoy a happy, fulfilling life.
Planning for the future can often feel impossible because parents barely have time to plan for today!