Relationships and Life Skills
The ABLE Act allows people with disabilities to create savings and investment accounts without affecting their eligibility for public benefits. Here’s how.
Parents who have a child with a disability need to plan carefully for when that child becomes an adult. Here are some important things to think about.
If you’re injured at work, can you get both SSDI and workers’ compensation payments at the same time? Read on to find out.
If Your Caregiver Doesn’t Understand SCI, Kindly Ask Them to Take This Free Course. It Could Change Their Life — and Yours.
A new, free online course is specifically geared toward those who care for people living with SCI. Here’s what your caregiver can learn.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) are vital sources of income for many people with disabilities. Here are six expert tips for a winning SSI or SSDI application.
We all know that interabled relationships can be challenging, but they can also be amazing. My wife Hilary and I have been married for almost 19 years. Based on our experience, here are some tips for nurturing a successful interabled relationship.
Some of you have probably benefitted from Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Income (SSDI). But maybe you’ve only heard of these government programs, and the details are a little fuzzy. If you’re wondering how they work and how to take advantage of them, you’ve come to the right place.
If you’re like many people with a disability, you may believe you’ll never be able to live independently. But with enough preparation and perhaps caregiver support, most people with paralysis — even quadriplegia — can live happily on their own.
People with a spinal cord injury, spina bifida, and other disabilities face huge hurdles in transitioning to adulthood that most others don’t. Here are some proven strategies that anyone with a physical disability can use to live more independently.
By choosing a school wisely, those who live with paralysis or another disability can earn an advanced degree in spite of the myriad challenges they face.
Despite some progress, barriers to higher education continue to keep people with disabilities from reaching their full academic potential. The statistics are sobering.
Raising children is one of the hardest things you can do. But doing it with an SCI is a whole new level of hard. Mary Makuc raised five of them – decades after her injury.