Often families look to the foundation for advice or the latest information that they can’t put their hands on.
Last month, a parent asked the following questions: “I recently heard that in January the “ABLE” bill was passed that expands the federal tax code to allow “529” savings plans to include savings accounts for autistic persons. Do you know anything about this and if it is limited to autism? Is AHC considered a form of autism?” We are fortunate to have Meredith Schalick, Attorney, Law School Professor and AHC Mom, provide an answer to the question of the “ABLE” bill. Check it out here.
As to the second question, to our knowledge, AHC is not a form of autism.
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