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Traveling with a Disability

By Social Security Disability

This time of year, many eagerly anticipate time spent with family, delicious food, and beautiful decorations. But these wonderful things frequently require travel, which can be immensely complicated for those living with disabilities. If you or someone you love lives with a disability and has upcoming travel plans, the very…

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Service Dogs and Disabilities

By Long Term Disability

Any disability poses challenges in navigating your activities of daily living, but people who suffer from certain conditions may experience greater functionality with the assistance of a service dog. Service dogs can help people living with a wide range of disabilities, including diabetes, ALS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, vertigo, arthritis…

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Invisible Disabilities

By Social Security Disability

Invisible disabilities are unseen conditions that limit a person’s ability to function, including their ability to work. Invisible disabilities can be mental, physical, or neurological, and, since they are not visible to onlookers, they can lead to inaccurate perceptions, misunderstandings, and discrimination. Even if they are unseen, invisible disabilities can…

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Burn Pits and Rare Cancers

By VA Disability

Last month, President Biden ordered the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to examine possible links between exposure to burn pit smoke and the development of rare cancers in veterans who fought during the 1990s and after September 11, 2001. President Biden has given the VA ninety days to…

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