May 31, 2021
MY CHILD RECEIVED A DIAGNOSIS WHAT’S NEXT? HOW DO WE AS PARENTS PREPARE OUR CHILD TO LIVE A FULLFILLED LIFE WHILE BALANCING ALL OF OUR RESPONSIBILITIES?
On this episode we are joined by Kaleena and Jesse Schultz discussing marriage, parenting, a recent diagnosis for their youngest daughter as well as their entrepreneurial endeavours and successes. Jesse also shares some financial resources for parents of children with disabilities.
Need help with investments or insurance? Reach out to Jesse: https://www.primerica.com/jschultz&origin=customStandard
Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP): https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/registered-disability-savings-plan-rdsp.html
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Kaleena and Jesse have been married for 12 years and are parents to three children.
Jesse loves to talk finances, investments, mutual funds and anything to do with money. In 2017 they agreed as a couple they wanted to improve their financial future. They were able to secure their first investment property, renovated it from top to bottom and secured their first tenants.
Kaleena is a busy stay at home mom. In all the hustle and bustle of life she still tries to find time for the simple things that make her happy. You can usually find her online where she share’s creative decor ideas, DIYs, affordable style finds and of course, behind the scenes mom life.
Before their youngest child Thea turned one she was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called William’s Syndrome. A condition that occurs at birth and is commonly characterized by cardiovascular disease, developmental delays, learning challenges, physical differences, but also highly social personalities. William’s Syndrome affects 1 in 10,000 children.
For now, they don't know which characteristics of William’s Syndrome she will exhibit, or to what degree. Only time will tell. In the meantime, Kaleena and Jesse continue to do their best to help Thea meet milestones while working alongside a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, and other health care professionals.