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Disability Resources

Disabled persons and their families often face a special set of challenges that may be completely new to them. In answer to a widespread need for connection with the right disability resources, Disability Advisor provides in its easy-to-understand articles a wide range of information on topics as varied as housing, finance, personal injury suits, durable medical equipment, long-term or in-home care options, health insurance, and rehabilitation services or help staying on the job with an illness or injury. Some articles discuss money management skills to maximize disability benefits; others show how disabled persons can use tax-free savings plans like the ABLE Program or a Special Needs Trust to help meet their disabled child’s expenses without reducing Medicaid eligibility.

What Will You Do If Your Benefits Are Cut?

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Social Security and government medical programs are being reviewed and are subject to change. Here is how to prepare in case your benefits are cut or discontinued.... Read more

What Trucking Accident Victims Must Know

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This is part one of our three-part series on Semi, Tracter-Trailer and Truck Accident Injuries.... Read more

How to Legally Protect Yourself After a Truck Accident

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Learn the steps you need to take immediately following a truck accident to ensure you’re legally protected including what to do at the scene.... Read more

Truck Accident Lawyer: How to Find the Best Attorney For You

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This is part three of our three-part series on Semi, Tracter-Trailer and Truck Accident Injuries.... Read more

Trucking Laws and Regulations Governing the Trucking Industry

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This is part two of our three-part series on Semi, Tracter-Trailer and Truck Accident Injuries... Read more

Returning To Work With Dyslexia

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Learn why people with dyslexia should consider getting a vision disorder diagnosis from a doctor, which can help with job placement and with finding tools that can help meet work requirements. ... Read more

Special Needs Trusts Can Provide For Disabled Children

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Learn how you can create a Special Needs Trust to assign assets for a disabled child's care, and what expenses it can cover without reducing Medicaid eligibility.... Read more

Dating with Bipolar Disorder

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Learn how people with bipolar disorder might disclose their condition to new social contacts, when in a relationship to do so, and more resources for advice on this issue. ... Read more

Communicating with Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Seniors

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These five tips show how to communicate with people who have severe hearing loss. The advice is especially useful for young people who tend to mumble their words.... Read more

Difficulties with Hearing Loss

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Learn how people with severe hearing loss can seek work modifications, either on their own or by securing a Social Security residual functional capability (RFC) rating to restrict work conditions. ... Read more

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