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(Webinar) Transitioning to Adulthood: How a NC ABLE Account Can Help You

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(Webinar) Transitioning to Adulthood: How a NC ABLE Account Can Help You

  • June 12, 2019
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm

The Autism Society of North Carolina and NC ABLE would like to invite you to join us to learn more about how a NC ABLE account can help you or your child transition out of high school or college and prepare for the future. You’ll get an introduction to the NC ABLE program and information (more…)

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Public Policy Update

This article was contributed by Jennifer Mahan, Director of Advocacy and Public Policy. Federal News American Health Care Act (AHCA) Update Thank you for calling your US House of Representatives member regarding cuts to Medicaid in the AHCA and the importance of health-care coverage for autism. Your direct advocacy matters! The US House was not…

NC ABLE Program Starts January 26

This article was contributed by Jennifer Mahan, Director of Advocacy and Public Policy. Beginning Thursday, January 26, people with disabilities and their families can save and invest without losing means-tested benefits. ABLE accounts are affordable, tax-advantaged accounts that allow eligible individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities that occurred before the age of 26 to save…

ABLE Accounts Coming in Early 2017

This article was contributed by Jennifer Mahan, Director of Advocacy and Public Policy. Individuals with developmental disabilities and their families have been eagerly anticipating the availability of ABLE savings accounts, which allow a person with a disability to save for critical expenses while still allowing eligibility for means-tested disability supports and health care. North Carolina…