Safe and Secure: Seven Steps on the Path to a Good Life for People with Disabilities
By Al Etmanski, with Jack Collins and Vickie Cammack
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Other Safe and Secure Editions:
- Indigenous (coming soon) We are currently looking for artistic and written submissions. Click here to learn more.
- Korean Edition
About the book
Safe and Secure: Seven Steps on the Path to a Good Life for People with Disabilities is an inspirational guidebook for parents and other family members who are concerned about the future of their relative with a disability, particularly after the parents are gone.
Any parent who has a child with a disability will find their story in the book, plus advice and tips appropriate to their child’s age and circumstance.
The book offers a step by step guide to creating a plan for the future which provides for the safety, security and well being of people with disabilities. It leads the reader to look beyond professional social services when creating a safe and secure future. It offers alternatives based on the authors’ personal experiences as parents of children with disabilities. The book is designed to inspire families and motive them to action. The book is resplendent with warm touching stories to illustrate all points. The style is easy to read, thought provoking and funny. At times spiritual, at times philosophical, each step offers timely practical suggestions and useful worksheets.
“The most important consideration for all of us is not how long we will live but how well we will live our life” – Al Etmanski, Co-Founder of PLAN
The 2015 Safe and Secure RDSP Edition comes with a whole new chapter on advocating with empathy and additional stories, as well as updated information on the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), housing, government benefits and programs, resources and more.
Al Etmanski with Jack Collins and Vickie Cammack
Additional contributions by Jack Styan and Kathy Bromley.
Safe and Secure is proudly funded by Giving in Action Society, a Vancouver Foundation program.
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