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Grants For The Diversely Disabled Person With Various Disabilities

Looking for grants for the diversely disabled person? You have several disabilities and you need help? We offer real assistance – at no cost – no matter what your disability is.

This page has grant information intended specifically for people who are disabled in diverse ways.

Note 1. We use the word "grants" as an all-inclusive expression for the various types of help you can get: grants, benefits, counseling, coaching, materials, services and so on.

Note 2. As you likely suspected, debt relief grants do not exist. If they did, people could spend recklessly and then when deep in debt, just ask the government to take care of it. That could never work.

But there IS good news! You're probably eligible for benefits specific to your situation that INDIRECTLY reduce your debt. We can help. Go to our "Disability Help Guide" page or read on to learn more.

The billions of dollars assigned to grants and benefits MUST be spent. Be sure to apply for whatever you're eligible for. If you don't, others will.

Grants For Disabled Persons

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Put the same tender loving care into the process of getting a grant as you do in getting care for your disabilities.

If you've been afflicted with a disease that left you disabled, you know first-hand the love and effort that needs to go into caregiving.

It wouldn't be fair to say that getting a grant is the same as getting care for your multiple diverse disabilities, but there is a pretty big similarity!

You have to lovingly "nurture" the process of getting a grant for it to work. It won't happen all on its own!

The media have hyped up grants and so-called free money so much that we're led to think that all we have to do is ask the government for money and we'll get it with no questions asked.

The reality is much different.

There are key steps you need to follow. They are:

  1. Put Your Situation In Writing
  2. Determine Grants Available
  3. Learn Grant Evaluation Criteria
  4. Write Your Grant Application
  5. Follow Up, Learn, Improve

Caregivers and people with disabilities have an advantage over others in understanding the need for a caring approach.

Here's a bit more detail on each step in the process of getting grants for the diversely disabled person with multiple disabilties.

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Before you hastily apply for grants, get all your ducks in a row.

Step 1. Put Your Situation In Writing

When you tell your story in writing, you force yourself to make it easier for granting agencies to understand. We can help you, all at no cost. Go to our Disability Help Guide page to learn more.

Step 2. Determine Grants Available

Grants exist in the thousands. As a caregiver/sufferer, you'll probably be comfortable getting this information. Online databases can make this step somewhat easier.

Step 3. Learn Grant Evaluation Criteria

After finding suitable grant programs, you need to learn how agencies evaluate your application. It's not much different form finding out what criteria qualify a child for a particular school program.

Step 4. Write Your Grant Application

Follow the granting agency's instructions exactly. Demonstrate how you are helping THEM to meet THEIR goals. It's a fact that they really only care about themselves and they don't give a damn about you.

Step 5. Follow Up, Learn, Improve

The first time you apply for a grant may not be successful. No problem. Review what you did wrong and start again. As with any endeavor, Your chances of success improve with every new attempt.

Medicare And Medicaid

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Get the help you need to file Medicare and Medicaid claims so you always get what you're entitled to under the law.

Medicare and Medicaid are major factors when it comes to financial help for disabled people with diverse disabilities. This is what Wikipedia says about Medicare in the United States...

Medicare is a national social insurance program, administered by the U.S. federal government, that guarantees access to health insurance for Americans ages 65 and older and younger people with disabilities as well as people with end stage renal disease.
As a social insurance program, Medicare spreads the financial risk associated with illness across society to protect everyone, and thus has a somewhat different social role from private insurers, which must manage their risk portfolio to guarantee their own solvency.

And this is what Wikipedia says about Medicaid...

Medicaid is the United States health program for certain people and families with low incomes and resources. It is a means-tested program that is jointly funded by the state and federal governments, and is managed by the states.
People served by Medicaid are U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents, including low-income adults, their children, and people with certain disabilities. Poverty alone does not necessarily qualify someone for Medicaid.
Medicaid is the largest source of funding for medical and health-related services for people with limited income in the United States.

The Wikipedia citations are helpful because they describe the programs in a nutshell. When filing a claim you will need to consult the Medicare/Medicaid website for all the fine print.

If you've already filed your claims with Medicare/Medicaid and you're looking for some government grant money to ease your financial pain, we offer help, and all at no cost. So, are you...

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The bottom line when it comes to disability benefits and grants for the diversely disabled is just getting help getting started. Begin now.