Benefits Check Upis a comprehensive online service
that contains information about more than 1,200 federal, state, and Local
programs (both public and private) in all 50 U.S. States and the District of
Columbia that offer important senior benefits for adults age 55 and older. On
average, there are 50 to 70 senior benefit programs in each state.
CardThis FREE DRUG CARD program is being
sponsored by a non-profit organization to help all Americans cut their
prescription drug costs. Simply download your FREE Prescription Drug Card and
receive savings of up to 75% at more than 50,000 national and regional
Get Free MedicineAmerica’s best kept secret is that
people who can’t afford their prescription medications can sometimes get them
free, direct from pharmaceutical sponsored programs. Although free medicine
programs have been around for over 50 years, most people have never heard about
them, learn how to apply for FREE medicine.
DisabilityInfo.govThis site provides one-stop access to
Information resources important to the disabled. This includes
employment, education, housing, Transportation, health, income support,
and civil rights.
Disability JobsiteProvides industry specific career channels
with a wealth of information tailored to your career goals. Select a career
channel to research industry information, Search jobs and build your
Employment Opportunities posted at Hearing Loss WebOpportunities are targeted to the
deaf and hard-of-hearing or to persons who will provide services to this
community. They include college faculty positions, teachers at various Levels,
and social workers fluent in ASL.
JobAccessTo enable people with disabilities to enhance their
Professional lives by providing a dedicated
system for finding
This section is devoted to American Veterans
who deserve many thanks for their service to our nation. The following links
will help veterans and their families receive the benefits and services to which
It’s Not The Disability… It’s The Ability™ Dana Bowman is the ultimate
motivational speaker. "One
person can make a difference - overcoming adversity, mastering change, and
reaching your dreams."
GI Bill The Montgomery GI Billprovides up to 36 months of
education benefits for college, business, technical, correspondence or
vocational courses, apprenticeship or job training, or flight school.
Participants can receive over $36,000 in tuition.