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Benefits could help families pay for costs of their child’s cerebral palsy
Posted December 20, 2011

Children with cerebral palsy can lead a good life. There can be happiness, fun trips and everything good about being a child, but things can also get very expensive for families. One website said families may have to pay over $100,000 for special education, a large amount for most families. Applying for benefits with the Social Security Administration may help families struggling with trying to give their child a good life.


Veterans need help in facing large disability benefit backlog
Posted December 15, 2011

With thousands of veterans in Illinois and a Department of Veterans Affairs backlog, many veterans with disability qualifying conditions may not have the easiest time getting their benefits in a timely fashion. With assistance, these veterans have a better chance getting benefits quickly.


How the Social Security Administration decides who is disabled
Posted December 09, 2011

For those with disability qualifying conditions, not much comes easy. Applying for benefits from the Social Security Administration can seem like another difficult step in a painstaking process and figuring out what would qualify and what wouldn’t could be tricky. For a quick explanation, the Social Security Administration explained who could qualify to the McClatchy-Tribune News Service.


Children suffering from Autism can apply for Social Security benefits
Posted November 29, 2011

For parents at a loss for how to pay for their Autistic child’s medical bills, Social Security disability benefits may be the way to go. Autism is considered to be a disability qualifying benefit by the Social Security Administration, so children of any age can get help.