If you are considering saying “I do” and currently receive SSDI, SSI, Medicaid,
Come 2023, a new set of rules proposed by the federal government could improve timely access to Medicaid for millions of eligible individuals.
Free At-Home COVID-19 Test Kit Shipment Program Ends; Blind, Low-Vision Users Can Continue to Request Accessible Kits
Beginning September 2, free at-home COVID-19 tests will no longer be supplied to citizens by the federal government. Users who are blind or have low vision can continue to request the more [...]
Fast-Track Disability Benefits: Conditions Added to Social Security’s Compassionate Allowances Program
The Social Security Administration’s Compassionate Allowances (CAL) program identifies rare medical conditions that meet its [...]
Mainstream vouchers provide federally funded housing assistance to persons aged 18 to 61 with a disabilit
By building an Accessory Dwelling Unit, a small home on your property, you can help your loved one overcome the obstacles to [...]
Requested an Extension on Filing Your Tax Return? Take Note of Free Resources for Taxpayers With Disabilities
Are you among the millions of people who requested an extension for filing your tax return? You could benefit not only from filing sooner rather than later, but [...]
Most Who Apply for Social Security Disability Insurance Are Rejected; What Can You Do to Improve Your Chances?
Individuals using professionals to help them with SSDI applications are likelier to succeed to access benefits, research [...]
Caregivers are facing financial, health care, and social challenges, according to Fidelity’s 2022 American Caregivers Study, [...]
A qualified disability trust (QDT) can minimize unnecessary tax consequences.