The American College Special Needs Survey

Nearly 60 million Americans have a disability, yet few financial services professionals are prepared to provide products and plans that meet their unique needs. Most are not working with a financial advisor, but would value one who specializes in families like theirs.

In a study conducted by Greenwald & Associates on behalf of The American College MassMutual Center for Special Needs to better understand the day-today and long-term financial challenges faced by caregivers of children and young adults with special needs, four distinct areas of opportunity were identified: retirement planning and retirement income, life insurance, estate planning, and general financial planning.

View the key findings of the research below:

How a Special Needs Trust Creates Financial Security for Special Needs Families

24 Powerful Statistics for Financial Professionals who Serve Special Needs Families

4 Ways Financial Advisors Can Help Millions of Special Needs Caregivers