5 tips for entering the workforce with a disability you can’t afford to miss. Learn what to do and where to find helpful resources.
Sometimes, a person who has a disability or medical needs requires around the clock care. The caregiver will undoubtedly need to relax, rest, handle their own affairs, exercise, retail therapy and even go on vacation. If you are the primary, unpaid caregiver you may benefit from the use of respite care.
**UPDATE** 3/2/21: We are aware that the extended appendix K date of 3/11/21 is fast approaching. DMAS has tentatively extended that date to May 1 , 2021 for telehealth (virtual visits). Additionally, pending CMS approval, they intend to extend parents being paid attendants to August 1, 2021. We will posts updates as they are received.
For those of you with children that have developmental disabilities, or those of you who have them yourself, it’s extremely important to know what options you have in regards to Medicaid waivers, additional services and support. So, how can Medicaid waivers help you? What do they do for you? Here’s our full guide on how
March is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month and is also commonly referred to as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. What can you do this month to be a part of it? How did it originate and grow over the years? Here’s everything you need to know about Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. What is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month?
With the holidays approaching, many who are caring for aging loved ones may find themselves in a challenging position.
Many families and individuals choose to consider aging in place or to stay in their home as opposed to taking up residence in a senior facility.
Several senior centers have been grossly impacted by Covid and the pandemic. The potential for contracting the deadly virus is highly possible for anyone outside the home.