Newsday

  • Posted by on Nov, 16, 2014

Parents of special-needs children face a special set of emotional and financial challenges. With extraordinary medical expenses, many families drown in debt. And two huge questions haunt parents: “Who will care for my child when I go? Where will they live?” says Charlie Massimo, president of CJM Wealth Management in Deer Park, who advises special-needs families and is the father of triplets, two of whom are autistic.

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