Children with Special Health Care Needs

This article introduces you to the The Children with Special Health Care Needs program, how to apply and basic eligibility criteria.

Accessing Developmental Disabilities Services for Adults

Many young adults with developmental disabilities want what most young adults want: economic stability, to belong to a community, pursue their interest, get their own place and do meaningful work. Levels of supports, benefits and services can vary from state to state. Families and individuals need to know how to access what is needed.

The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamps

SNAP/Food Stamps is run by United States Department of Agriculture and is an entitlement program which means if you meet the criteria you are entitled to the benefit. The name of the program was changed to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on October 1, 2008 to reflect changes in the program including an increase in the benefit amount and a new emphasis on nutrition.

Disclosure 101: Law, Practice and Reality for Autistic Adults During Disclosure

Learn how to navigate disclosing autism and/or other developmental disabilities in this article.