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  • GUIDE: The New Dementia Care Model

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    GUIDE is a new model announced by the Biden-Harris administration. The goal of the model is to support caregivers and individuals with dementia by providing high-quality coordinated care. This assistance could provide major benefits to caregivers and individuals with dementia. Today we will cover the basics of the model and how you can get involved.

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  • Renter's Rights for Home Modifications

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    Laws around renting can be a bit overwhelming. If you're disabled it can be difficult to find a home that meets your needs. Today we are covering some of the laws around renter's rights for home modifications.

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  • Tax Benefit for People with Disabilities; The IRS Has Increased Limit for ABLE Accounts

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    With the current rules set in place, people with disabilities can now save more money in their ABLE accounts without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits. This increase is driven by the current inflationary environment. The prospect for individuals to increase their savings rate and investment amount for future needs is critical for many, especially those who will age-out of the current disability benefits within the education system.

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  • The ADA- The History of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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    The legislation forbids discrimination and ensures people with disabilities get equal access to all aspects of mainstream American life. That includes but is not limited to employment opportunities, access to goods and services, and participation in Local and State Government services and programs.

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  • A Guide on How to Work with Medicaid for Home Modifications

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    Every state usually has a Medicaid program to help foot home modifications cost. Some home modifications Medicaid can cover include the installation of wheelchair ramps, grab bars in the bathroom, and brighter lighting solutions, among others.

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