50th Anniversary of the Developmental Disabilities Act
The Developmental Disabilities Act, as it came to be known, was a landmark. For the first time, people with disabilities had access to services that could help them rejoin their communities instead of being confined to institutions. Over the last half-century, the law has helped revitalize the lives of countless Americans with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The following information has been provided by Social Security.
From applying for disability, retirement, Medicare or spouses benefits, to obtaining a proof of income letter, changing an address or phone number, getting a replacement Medicare card or a Social Security Benefit Statement, Social Security’s website can save you and your clients a lot of time.
Social Security Publications About Disability and Work. Please click on the link below.
The 2013 Red Book (A Summary Guide to Employment Support for Individuals with Disabilities…)