Yesterday we offered a handful of links stocked full of information associated with Social Security benefits and the Social Security Administration. Today, while searching for something to write about, we found another resource that we could not pass up telling you about.
DisabilityInfo.gov, a combined effort between 21 Federal Agencies, offers a wealth of information for those people who are disabled and also their families. From education to transportation they have everything covered. Chuck Stovall, a public relations specialist for the Social Security Administration, says that many questions can be answered by this new website including questions about work incentives, the appeals process, Medicare and Medicaid, youth transitioning from school to work, accessible transportation and much more.
We only had about 30 minutes to click around the site and read on a couple of topics, but we were so impressed that we had to share it with you.