The vast majority of people with learning disabilities are able to function in society without any special care or supervision. There are a few a few people with more serious conditions such as Down’s Syndrome who will need learning disabilities care.
Caring for an adult with learning disabilities can be difficult at the best of times. Ideally such people should be able to stay with their families but many families simply don’t have the time, money or resources to care for adults with learning disabilities.
A learning disabilities care home or learning disability care home is a residential facility for adults with severe learning disabilities.
The difficulties that a family must face when a member starts to age can be difficult and concerning. The difficulties that an aging adult with learning disabilities face can be even more extreme. They have a specific set of issues that must be addressed.
Growing up, we are taught that it is not polite to stare at someone with a disability. However, we are so paranoid that we will mess up and stare that we don't dare even look at the person. As a result, our well intended politeness inadvertently renders people with disabilities invisible. It is a tale of two extremes. Either people with disabilities are stared at or we don't look at them at all.
Among children of school age there is a limited group which can not be taught by a general, common program; this group includes children with various learning disabilities. These disabilities can concern inability to read, problems in math reasoning, difficulties with syntax, some visual and audio difficulties.
21% of the U.S. adult population provides unpaid care to seniors or adults with disabilities. Most of these adults are family members of the person needing care. These family members usually pay out of pocket for the care of their loved one. Little do caregivers know that the government can cover care giving financial burdens.
Sometimes we all need a break from the daily routines and for those in particular who have disabilities or suffer from maladies such as cerebral palsy, head injuries, epilepsy, or visual impairments the days can seem especially long and trying on both the afflicted and their family or care providers.
When most people think about accommodating people with disabilities in their business they get a scared feeling in their gut and their mind scrambles to search for that all-important date when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) went into effect. It doesn’t have to be that way! When business owners open their eyes and start to realize that there are literally billions of dollars to be made in the accessible travel market, I believe we will start to remove the fear associated with the ADA.
Caregivers refer to the people taking care of adults, mainly spouses or parents or children with disabilities and requiring special care. Few of them are members of family and others may be paid. They provide help in following ways:
Individuals with disabilities and those who have disable children may qualify for several IRS tax credits and benefits.
Many small businesses complain when confronted with the expense of complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Most do not realize that there are a number of tax incentives available to offset the costs. Importantly, one tax incentive comes in the form of a tax credit, which is far more valuable than a tax deduction when it comes to creating tax savings.
Dealing with the symptoms of ADD or Learning “Disabilities” can be frustrating and discouraging. This article provides a new perspective of ADD and Learning “Disabilities” which will assist you in understanding your child’s experiences much more clearly. It also provides effective solutions to assisting your child to use his mind, skills and resources most effectively in order to be successful at home, at school, and in the world.
A new program for home loan modifications has been established by the combined efforts made by Massachusetts Rehabilitations commission (MRC) & many disabilities advocates throughout commonwealth. The funding of the Home loan modifications program for people with disabilities was approved by the state legislature of Massachusetts through a certain bond which provides $10 million for next five years.