Resources - Hannah and Friends

Hannah and Friends and The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, Inc. are pleased to announce their collaboration to enhance the lives of those with special needs in Indiana by establishing the Hannah and Friends Pooled Trust and the Hannah and Friends Community Trust. We have established two pooled special needs trusts so that both first-party and third-party funding can easily be accommodated. In turn, this increases the opportunity to maintain eligibility for public benefit programs such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income for special needs individuals receiving settlement proceeds, inheritances, or funding from family members or other third parties. In all cases, however, both trusts can pay for services and goods that improve the individual’s quality of life and are not covered by public programs. For more information, click here.

Indiana BDDS – Bureau of Developmental Disability Services

Indiana DDRS – Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services

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Guidebooks for special education programs to better help new and returning students understand the changing academic landscape and curricula for these programs.

Parents with special needs children face unique challenges, especially if that child has Down’s Syndrome. Things as mundane as dental appointments, which may not faze a “neurotypical” child, can seem scary and confusing for a child with Down’s Syndrome.

NewMouth put together a guide for parents of children with Down’s Syndrome

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