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The 2005-2006 U S Department of Health and Human Services National Survey of Children with Health Care Needs found that 13.9 percent of children in the U.S have special health care needs. These needs fall under an array of conditions including chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional challenges. The special needs of these children will require health and related services for an indeterminate, sometimes extensive period of time, possibly for their whole lives. 

Future and Transitional planning for a special needs child or adult is a priority for parents, but due to the complex and complicated issues associated with special needs individuals and the especially those individuals who are currently and will be supported by government programs, many parents are unsure of how to move forward.

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