This is part 4 of a 4-part series examining how disabilities impact Americans, and how they may be able to get help.
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This is part 3 of a 4-part series examining how disabilities impact Americans, and how they may be able to get help.
This is part 2 of a 4-part series examining how disabilities impact Americans, and how they may be able to get help.
This infographic demonstrates how disabilities impact Americans, who is at risk, how disabilities can change lives, and how people can get help.
This is the first in a four-part series that looks at how disability affects different types of people in America. These articles go with our in-depth infographic - check it out here, and please feel free to share it. Disabilities can occur in a person for a variety of reasons. In general, they greatly hinder and impact the quality of life for the people who have them. Demographics, social position, and differences in access to healthcare can all play a role in how likely a person is to develop a disability. These factors can have [...]
The vast majority of American households will receive some kind of assistance. This includes people who are receiving Social Security benefits, such as retirement benefits, SSDI, and SSI.
The Coronavirus has done it's best to disrupt everything, including SSDI hearings. We're fighting through it - and so are our clients!
Hearings and prior-scheduled appointments will not be handled in-person at this time, but they are not canceled - they may be handled by phone.
The Coronavirus and our nation's response to it are likely on the top of everyone's mind. We are taking a number of steps to ensure that we can continue to provide service to our clients throughout this unfolding situation.
Multiple chemical sensitivities (also known as MCS, and sometimes as “sick building syndrome”) may qualify a person for SSDI benefits, but it's complicated.