How to plan for retirement when you have a child with autism or special needs
The American College MassMutual Center for Special Needs
Having a child with autism adds a layer of costs for parents planning for their own retirement. On average, a person older than 18 who has a disorder on the autism spectrum will face annual related costs that are greater than $50,000, even without a debilitating intellectual disability.
Phipps, Jennie L., "How to plan for retirement when you have a child with autism or special needs" (2016). In the News. 1612.