Born in the mid-1980’s, I am one of approximately 80 million Millennials, or Gen-Yers, living in the United States. Does this generational subset define who I am, my wants and preferences? To a certain extent . . . Yes. There is no denying that the high levels of unemployment and student loan debt coupled with…Read More about Making My Way as a Millennial: Part 1
While Michelle commutes to St. Sophia’s Hospital, she reflects on the challenges she faced this year. As a 27-year-old RN, Michelle handles medical crisis every day and helps families deal with their grief and recovery. She never thought that she would need the same support she gave. Michelle married Jason, her high school sweet heart,…Read More about PFP | The Family Security Plan®: Support and Guidance When You Need it Most
Planning for the future well-being of your children is a difficult task for any parent. Add the complexity of adequately providing for the future care of a child with special needs and the process becomes even more challenging. Any special needs plan requires thought and multiple use of resources. Many of us say. “Where do…Read More about TO BE PREPARED IS HALF THE VICTORY – Special Needs Planning
As an 18-year old going off to college for the first time are you really prepared to answer the question, “What do you want to do with your life?” For many college students, making new friends, cheering on the school’s sports teams, and staying out late on a school night, top the bucket list. Flash…Read More about Your Career: Is It Time For a Change?