1 in 4 Adults in the U.S. Lives with a Disability. Having a Financial Plan to Address Care is Critical

Daniel Trush was just 12 years old when a brain aneurysm rupture changed the course of his entire life.

“I went into a coma, and I was in a coma for 30 days — and I was in the hospital and rehab for a total of 341 days,” said Daniel, who is now 38 and lives in New York. But, he quipped with a smile, “who’s counting?”

It was during his rehabilitation that Daniel and his family found a connection with others through music. Now he is the co-founder and president of Daniel’s Music Foundation, a nonprofit that provides free music programs for people with disabilities.