Was your Disability Tax Credit application denied? Don’t worry! This happens ALL the time. Don’t be alarmed, don’t be discouraged. It doesn’t mean that you’re not eligible. What’s the next step? Review your application. Look over the form you sent in to make sure that everything was filled out … [Read more...] about Why was my Disability Tax Credit application denied?
Struggling with multiple sclerosis? Get financial benefits!
Multiple sclerosis is undoubtedly a debilitating disease that attacks the body’s nervous system. If your disease is already advanced, there is no question—your ability to accomplish daily tasks is affected 100% of the time, whether it’s in the realm of balance, mobility, elimination, fatigue, … [Read more...] about Struggling with multiple sclerosis? Get financial benefits!
Tips on Elder Care
Caring for an elderly parent or relative? For tips on how to manage this tricky dynamic, DFAC turned to Jackie Percs-O’Donnell of Golden Home Care for her experience and expertise. The two most important areas to address for a senior living at home, says Percs-O’Donnell, are falls prevention and … [Read more...] about Tips on Elder Care
Breaking the ADHD Stigma
Simone Biles has ADHD. Yes, four-time Olympic gold medalist tested positive for drugs, as a vicious band of cyber-bullies recently informed the public. Yet with her privacy violated, how does she react? She tweeted back for all the world to hear that she has ADHD, and she’s been on medication since … [Read more...] about Breaking the ADHD Stigma
Get Help for Anxiety Disorders!
Get Help for Anxiety Disorders! Anxiety disorders and depression have increased exponentially over the past half a century. At least five times as many teens and young adults suffer from anxiety or depression today than there were fifty to sixty years ago. In the 20th century, there was war, … [Read more...] about Get Help for Anxiety Disorders!
Creating an Environment for Success with Disabilities
Check out this article! I was impressed with Dr. Muraszko. I know you will be too. http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/27/health/turning-points-dr-karin-muraszko/ Three things jumped out at me from news item. Disability does not translate to incapable. Inside every disabled individual, there is a … [Read more...] about Creating an Environment for Success with Disabilities
Invisible Disabilities Eligible for Disability Benefits
You’re not invisible, but your disability is. You might have crohn’s, lupus, beginning stages multiple sclerosis, or diabetes. Chronic pain, mental health…the list goes on. Do you suffer from something—narcolepsy, arthritis, chronic dizziness, migraines—that others can’t see, but to you is very, … [Read more...] about Invisible Disabilities Eligible for Disability Benefits
Disability: More than Meets the Eye
Do you know Nathan? He looks like the hundreds of other kids who step through the doors of the neighborhood elementary school every morning. Sure, his books and folders are thrown haphazardly into his schoolbag, and more often than not he is running to make it through the doors on time, but Nathan … [Read more...] about Disability: More than Meets the Eye