Disability Help: Resources

This Disability Help page will really help you with a variety of resources curated by Public Health Corps. 

Thank you for sharing with disabiities to help the transition easier! I really appreciate your efforts as do the folks with disabilities who access this page! 

Great List of Resources to Help You from Public Health Corps:

Extra Help with Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Costs

http://www.ssa.gov/medicare/prescriptionhelp/

Buying a Home | Department of Housing and Urban Development
http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/topics/buying_a_home/

Guide to Moving for the Disabled
http://closetbox.me/guide-to-moving-for-the-disabled

Home Safety for People with Disabilities
http://www.redcross.org/prepare/location/home-family/disabilities

Fire Safety & Disabilities Guide
http://www.improvenet.com/a/fire-safety-and-disabilities-guide

Home Accommodation Cost Guide for the Disabled
http://www.homeadvisor.com/cost/disability-accommodation/

It’s my sincere hope that this information will be useful to your site visitors.


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I wanted to email you to thank you for your webpage, https://www.retirement-online.com/disability-help.html. I'm Julie, and I volunteer with a youth group in my area. We are having a disabilities awareness learning event next weekend for the kids and their families. Your page has some great resources we will be able to use. Thanks a bunch!!
I also wanted to share an article about travel accessibility that my daughter, Lindsay, found while helping me research,  Travel Resources for Disabled Handicapped (from CheapoAir.)  She wants to work with individuals with disabilities when she's older, so I thought her sharing her research online would give her some confidence in her decision.

Best,  Julie Loomis


I can’t thank you enough for the work you do to help people with disabilities and to build much-needed community and support. The resources I found here are fantastic. As a librarian, I’ve staked my career in helping empower people with stories and knowledge, and I’m grateful to find others who share that vision. 

I’m putting together a list of special needs resources for an upcoming library newsletter, and thought they might be of interest to you. Jessica Peterson, TX

Low Vision Internet Access
http://www.lowvision.org/introduction_to_the_low_vision_g.htm

Filtering Sensory Processing Issues At Home
http://www.airfiltersdelivered.com/sensory-processing-disorder

Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities Campaign
https://www.cleanerindoorair.org/

Home Modifications for Disabilities - Checklists and Funding
http://www.eldercare.gov/Public/Resources/Factsheets/Home_Modifications.aspx

Home Modifications and Selling Your Home
https://www.homecity.com/home-modifications-and-selling-your-home

Special Needs' Safety Near Construction Sites
https://www.bigrentz.com/how-to-guides/keeping-seniors-special-needs-individuals-safe-around-construction-sites

Renters’ Rights for Tenants with Disabilities
http://civilrights.findlaw.com/discrimination/rental-housing-rights-for-disabled-tenants.html

Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities
https://www.sparefoot.com/self-storage/blog/19898-moving-advice-for-seniors-and-people-with-disabilities/

Finding Credible Medical Information and Advice
https://online.arbor.edu/blog/guide-finding-credible-medical-information-advice/