Life continues to be an adventure for Elliott. Since we last caught up with him in 2018, he has learned important life skills and lessons that continue to help him aim high.
He recently moved into a separate living space at his parent’s home in Melbourne as he prepares for living independently in the future. Elliott also works part-time at Jersey Mike’s and continues to find opportunities to perform, whether it involves DJ’ing, acting, improv, or modeling.
Luckily, Elliott did not have to tap into his ABLE United account during the pandemic, even though his work and activities were greatly affected.
“We continue to save money in his ABLE United account and will use it for his future needs, such as purchasing his own place,” shared Sandi. “ABLE is a terrific vehicle for people with disabilities to save money for their needs, both current and future,” she added.
The next five years look bright for Elliott as he hopes to have his own home, meet someone special, and find a full-time job.
Sandi also shared that everyone that qualifies should have an ABLE account as it has been critical in Elliott’s success in establishing financial security.