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Financial & Estate Planning for Families:

The Special Services Department is hosting a presentation for parents of students with disabilities on the topic of Financial Strategies and Estate Planning.

  • Our presenters:
    • Sheldon Sweeny, from Snider Financial Group
    • Suzanne Burke, from Assure Law Group.
  • There are three Phases of Family Life, based on age, for a child with special needs: Pre-Guardianship, Post-Guardianship, and Independent Living. Each phase has its own unique financial challenges. However, with proper planning, parents/guardians can hopefully find peace, knowing that their child’s financial well-being is protected throughout their life span as well as in the event of an unforeseen life change.


We will discuss the resources available to you and have an open conversation where you can ask questions and/or share life experiences.

There are different opportunities throughout the school year to participate. 

Presentation Dates:

February 13, 2024

  • 5:30-7:00pm
    • Zoom
    • Meeting ID: 873 3922 2922

April 25, 2024

  • 5:30-7:00pm
    • Zoom
    • Meeting ID: 857 4308 7066


Access Bus Transportation:

Access is a paratransit rideshare service for anyone who finds it difficult to ride traditional transit due to their disability.  Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria can qualify for door-to-door transportation. 

For more information, please visit King County's Accessible Services website. 

King County's Accessible Services

Transit Instruction:

Public transportation training (individual training, system training, ramp training and/or group training) is available through King County to support people with disabilities who are 14 years and older. 

For more information, please visit King County's Transit Instruction website. 

King County's Transit Instruction