The small population of people who require Complex Rehab wheelchairs have the highest level of disabilities and require custom configured wheelchairs.
It’s Groundhog Day because events keep repeating, the ACA repeal vote keeps coming back up and we keep beating it back and winning!
It’s only been weeks since the Affordable Care Act repeal bill failed in Congress and you made it happen, with your calls, your visits, your emails, your letters, your faxes. You made a difference. When you spoke out to save health care, your voice mattered. You can definitely keep that [...]
United Spinal Association advocates for policies that ensure access to quality, affordable healthcare and support services that meet the needs of people with spinal cord injuries and disorders and other disabilities. Medicaid provides health and services coverage to nearly 10 million non-elderly people with disabilities and nearly 4 million Medicare [...]
ABLE accounts assist individuals with disabilities and their families in saving private funds to help maintain health, independence, and quality of life.
After the stunning Republican defeat of the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, there are now a slew of bipartisan proposals to address access to healthcare.
Budget cuts in disability programs & services were a disturbing presence in the Trump administration's proposed $4.1 trillion federal budget.
Staying in touch with elected officials is very important. The opportunity to at least try and influence public policy is one that should not be missed.
Have you ever wanted to get involved in advocacy at either the federal, state or local level? It is never too late to become an advocate!
The ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 limits the ability of people with disabilities to enforce their rights to access places of public accommodation.