Browse a list of states that provide a family support grant or cash subsidy to families who have children with developmental disabilities. Each state has different eligibility criteria based on level of disability, family income, age of child, current services being received, and amount of state funds available.» learn more
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In general, people who have autism or other developmental disabilities tend to have additional needs for financial resources or opportunities as a result of additional costs (i.e. for health care services) that they may have over their lifetime.» learn more
Get information on Individual Development Accounts and how to locate programs.» learn more
There are two main programs of social security benefits for children and adults who have disabilities. They are Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Retirement, Survivor’s, and Disability Insurance (RSDI).» learn more
Find information on State Assistance Programs for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Recipients.» learn more