Embracing—and Planning For—Neurodiversity

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The day their child receives a challenging diagnosis marks the beginning of a lifelong odyssey for many families. Bernstein Principal Karen Park knows the feeling. She shares her passionate pursuit of a self-directed life for her son Milo, “patient zero” with a rare genetic mutation. From the time Milo was only four—and neither walking nor talking—Karen was determined to put him on a path to autonomy. Today she shares her hard-earned wisdom with families looking to solve the crucial planning challenges that arise when planning for the lifetime needs of a disabled child.

Beata Kirr
Co-Head—Investment Strategies

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