55 Sunnybrook Rd
We’re living in a time where more young adults are opting to stay longer at home with mom and dad. Of course, a variety of factors are contributing to this trend and I’m sure some parents are more comfortable with it than others. After all, raising financially independent children should be one of our many goals as parents. For parents of children with special needs, however, raising little ones who will one day grow up and leave the nest often isn’t an option. These parents must begin coping with the reality that their son or daughter may likely never achieve this kind of independence. If you have a child with special needs, or you know someone who does, we'd like to sit down with you to discuss cost-free, simple (but important) places to start.