The Disability Foundation Offers three trusts for Individuals and Families

The Disability Foundation Offers three trusts – a first party Annuity, a first party Flexible Spending Trust and now a third party Flexible Spending Trust.… Read the rest


Eric established his pooled special needs trust with the Disability Foundation in January of 2019 with money he received from a settlement. … Read the rest


G.H. shows off the outdoor train-set he purchased utilizing his trust through the Disability Foundation

The mission of The Disability Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for persons with disabilities by complementing public benefits through the prudent management of financial resources.

For additional information, see our Disability Foundation Brochure

“If you know someone who has a child with a disability, here’s why you should learn more about us.”  Join us for a Q&A with Greg Darling, executive director of The Disability Foundation, Brittany O’Diam Horseman, chair of the Board.   LINK TO VIDEO


If you’ve ever met Raymond “Raymie” Arnold, you would soon learn that one of his greatest passions is music—country western music. And if there’s country music playing, he’ll soon be up on the dance floor (or any spot big enough to make his moves) dancing his trademark combination of line dancing, Zumba, and aerobics. Raymond has Down syndrome, and at age 57, he shows no signs of slowing down. Most people that meet him become entranced by his infectious smile and big heart. In ju…
Raymond and his Country Music Western Cruise