Disability.gov Update: Let Disability.gov Guide You to The Information You’re Looking For!
Disability.gov sent this bulletin at 12/31/2013 06:01 PM EST
Are you looking for information about how much work you need to qualify for Social Security disability benefits, or how to apply for benefits? Are you searching for an affordable place to live, or want to find ways to make your home accessible? Do you need help finding a job, or want to learn how working might affect your Social Security disability payments?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then check out these guides on Disability.gov:
Disability.gov’s guides answer many of the most frequently asked questions about eligibility for disability benefits, locating job training services, as well as housing assistance programs for individuals with disabilities.
In addition, Disability.gov’s Guide to Getting Help in Your Community has information about programs and organizations near you that provide other services and supports, including health care, temporary financial assistance for families, and help paying home heating bills.
As 2013 comes to a close and we begin a New Year, we hope that these guides and the thousands of other resources on Disability.gov will guide you to useful information that meets your personal needs and goals, whether you are interested in learning more about benefits, civil rights, employment, health, education or any other of Disability.gov’s 10 main topic areas. Also, be sure to check out Disability.Blog’s Top 10 Guest Blogs of 2013, which includes personal stories and articles by, and for, people with disabilities, their families, friends, co-workers, advocates and others.