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January 2015 Archives

New test provides definitive diagnosis for rare genetic disorders

Even with advanced medical diagnostic abilities, it’s not always possible to determine the cause of a child’s impairing condition. This is the situation parents from the Midwest found themselves in when their daughter developed multiple physical and mental impairments but doctors were at a loss as to what was going on.

Study: Postsecondary programs help intellectually disabled

Parents of children with intellectual disabilities often worry about what will happen to their children when they become adults. Will they be able to support themselves? Will they be able to find a job? These are just a couple of the questions that keep parents of children with intellectual disabilities up at night, especially when the children are reaching adulthood.

193 cars involved in Michigan pileup during blizzard last week

A motor-vehicle pileup of massive proportions occurred on Interstate 94 in Kalamazoo County, Michigan, last week, killing one person and leaving nearly two dozen injured.  The pileup occurred during a blizzard on Friday morning and involved 193 vehicles, USA TODAY reported.

Republicans ban ‘Band-Aid’ solution to disability funds shortage

The Social Security Disability program’s trust fund is set to run out sometime during the last three months of 2016, and if that happens, 11 million SSD recipients could see devastating cuts to their benefits.

ABLE Act allows the disabled to save while staying on SSI

In order to qualify for government assistance programs such as Supplemental Security Income, disabled individuals must meet a means test which holds, in part, that recipients cannot possess more than $2,000 in cash savings, retirement funds and other items of noteworthy value.

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