You can qualify for Medicaid long-term care coverage and still set money aside to support your loved ones with disabilities.
In a decision that has dismayed disability rights advocates, the U.S. Supreme Court has determined that emotional distress is not sufficient to sue for discrimination under federal civil [...]
The Texas primaries in March could be a preview of what to expect in other states that have adopted new laws restricting voting, according to advocates for people with special needs.
There are government programs to help military veterans’ children with special needs — the trick is to find them.
The agency’s 1,200-plus offices are open again, but a new online tool for SSI applications means you can avoid the crowds and long lines.
If you have Medicare, either through SSDI eligibility or because of age, you can now receive up to eight free rapid at-home [...]
While declining COVID-19 cases are good news, the end of the pandemic could mean millions of Medicaid recipients, including millions of children, will lose their coverage.
Temporary residency in facilities became permanent when residents were denied information and assistance needed to transition back into the community, in violation of the ADA, a federal report [...]
Busy trustees deserve payment, but there are important guidelines to follow to determine how — and how much — to bill the trust.