People living with a disability have the right to engage in full-time, part-time work, or self-employment.
The guardianship of an adult, in which a judge appoints an individual to make choices for a person over 18, is appropriate when the [...]
Lois Curtis - known as "L.C." in a historic disability rights case - has died. She passed away from cancer at her home in November 2022 at age 55.
People with various disabilities encounter barriers to basic health care on a regular basis, and some doctors are only making these disparities worse, recent [...]
The Social Security Administration has announced that its beneficiaries will see a significant increase – totaling nearly 9 percent – in their monthly Social Security checks come January 2023.
Studies show that looking after those with special needs exacts a toll on caregivers. This Thanksgiving season, shift your focus a little and remember that you [...]
For some people with disabilities, a guardianship or conservatorship would be overly restrictive. Supported decision-making can be an [...]
Care facility closures are becoming increasingly prevalent, especially in rural areas, and can significantly impact residents' lives. [...]
The Qualified Disabled and Working Individuals Program (QDWI) helps disabled, low-income individuals who want to return to work continue to receieve Medicare Part A benefits.