• About

    About the California Achieving a Better Life Experience (CalABLE) Program For many people with disabilities, the fear of losing critical public benefits, coupled with the high cost of support expenses, has limited them from building financial security. Until recently, individuals receiving federal...

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  • Add an ALR Form

  • Add/Edit/Remove Successor Designated Beneficiary Form

  • Address Change Form

  • Am I able to pause my card temporarily?

    The ABLE Visa® Card can be paused temporarily or closed at any time. Simply log in to your card administrator dashboard and click the “Account” tab. Then select the green “Temporarily disable” or “Permanently close card” button. Alternatively, you can contact ABLE Visa® Prepaid Card support at...

  • Am I eligible for a CalABLE account?

    If you developed a disability or blindness before the age of 26 and are eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, or have a signed Diagnosis Form from a licensed physician, you can open a CalABLE account.

  • Are CalABLE accounts like my bank checking or savings account?

    CalABLE accounts have some similar features, but they are not checking or savings accounts. CalABLE accounts are a special form of investment account. You will be saving or investing your money in different options provided. While you can still withdraw and spend your money as-needed, CalABLE...

  • Are gift-givers charged a fee when they contribute through my page?

    It depends on the method of payment they use:  Debit card fees are 2.59% of the contribution + $0.49.  There is no fee for transfers from a bank account (ACH). 

  • Are there limits on how many times I can withdraw money from my account?

    No. There are no limits on how many times you can make withdrawals.