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How do I prepare my relative for when I'm gone?

Series: Your Autism Magazine 50 (3) Autumn 2016: 14-15. 2016Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | AGEING PARENTS | FUTURE PLANNINGSummary: Planning for when you are no longer around to advocate for your child can be difficult to face, but it's vital to start early. This advice is aimed at parents and carers of autistic adults and covers future planning, housing options, financial issues, social services and pensions. Provides a "Useful Resources" section which includes websites and publications.
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Planning for when you are no longer around to advocate for your child can be difficult to face, but it's vital to start early. This advice is aimed at parents and carers of autistic adults and covers future planning, housing options, financial issues, social services and pensions. Provides a "Useful Resources" section which includes websites and publications.

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