The Department of Veteran Affairs is a great resource for making mobility equipment accessible and affordable through available benefits. There are several options available to shoppers for new equipment as well as those looking for upgrades with their current equipment. One option is to accept a special benefit allowance for...

  1. Accessibility To Doctor’s Offices and Clinics Due to barriers, individuals with disabilities are less likely to get routine preventative medical care than people without disabilities. Not only is accessibility legally required, it is important medically so minor problems can be detected and treated before turning into major and...

  The recent Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act means there could be some positive changes for people with disabilities regarding access to healthcare. Historically, people with disabilities have been at a disadvantage in accessing health insurance due to restrictions on pre-existing conditions, benefit limits and exclusions, and...

  A new website from The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is part of the VA’s ongoing commitment to support the rehabilitation and recovery of disabled veterans through participation in adaptive sports. The Paralympic Program website provides users with a comprehensive overview of the benefits available to disabled veterans participating...