Thankfully, living with multiple sclerosis does not have to mean losing the ability to drive. There is a variety of adaptive automobile equipment available. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society can help you consider all your needs and resources for staying mobile. Check with your healthcare provider—perhaps an occupational therapist—and then start looking into which...

How a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist and Mobility Specialist Can Help You Getting on the road to independence can be a long and twisting journey, but there are individuals, businesses and organizations ready, willing and able to help make it a smooth ride. Working with a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist...

  Tax Credits & Deductions for Businesses Businesses stand to benefit by investing in accessibility. Not only are you creating an accessible environment for people with disabilities; you’re also gaining eligibility for helpful tax credits to recoup partial (or even full) costs. The Federal Government and many individual states offer...

Tax Credits & Deductions for the Individual Allocating funds towards making your business, home and/or vehicle more accessible for people with disabilities is beneficial and can boost your income in return. Be aware of the tax credits available to recoup the costs. The Federal Government and many individual states offer...

  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...