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Disability Services: Care When You Need It

If you or a loved one has a disability, then you know that there are times when you simply need some care or assistance. You may need someone to help you prepare meals, or you may need a physical therapist to work with you. You may need someone to help you fill out paperwork, or you may need someone to take you to the doctor's office. There are many different types of disability services, as you can see. On this blog, our goal is to share information about various types of disability services. We think you'll find this information handy regardless of your level of ability.

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What Skills Do Young Adults With Disabilities Learn In Independent Living?

16 August 2022
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If you have a young adult who has lived with disabilities for many years, you may have questions about how he or she can become more independent. You might wonder what skills are needed to live independently, and how your young adult can learn them while living in an independent living home. Independent living skills involve more than just being able to take care of oneself. These are some of the skills your child will learn that enable them to live independently. Read More …

Veteran Injured At A VA Facility? Info You Need About Section 1151 & A Nexus Letter

2 June 2022
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When it comes to errors in surgical procedures and medical treatments in civilian hospitals, patients are able to file medical malpractice lawsuits in order to seek compensation. For such errors in a VA hospital, patients may seek compensation by filing what is called a Section 1151 claim. To do this, you will need to prove several things that can only be done with the help of a properly-worded document called a VA nexus letter. Read More …

Incorporating Disability Services As Part Of Your Business’s Hiring

22 February 2022
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As a business owner, you want to be as equitable as possible when offering employment to the public. You want to welcome candidates from a variety of backgrounds who offer a myriad of skills that might benefit your business. Part of increasing your business's equity can include expanding opportunities to physically and intellectually challenged individuals. You can make your business more welcoming to people from all walks of life by incorporating disability services as part of its hiring strategies. Read More …