Site Provides Financial Assistance Organizations on Resource Site.
Wellesley, MA (PRWEB) Feb. 2, 2010 -- Sokolove Law LLC, the leader in the reinvention of how people obtain legal services, announced that its ChildRC.com web site has created a special section providing important information on qualified financial assistance programs for families with children with Cerebral Palsy.
Family members and caregivers can now go to ChildRC.com for these resources in an easy-to-understand format to learn about the qualified programs they may be eligible for. Topics include learning how to obtain subsidized healthcare through Medicaid disability income through the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Program, and other public grants that may make it more attainable to receive the support a family needs.
To learn more about financial assistance programs, please visit: http://www.childrc.com/cerebral-palsy-resources/financial-support/
ChildRC.com is the largest information-based website for parents of children with Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy, Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn (PPHN), and other birth related injuries. If you would also like information pertaining to birth injuries and birth injury and cerebral palsy attorneys, please visit www.childrc.com.
Sokolove Law and ChildRC.com
Sokolove Law, LLC is a legal advocate for the rights of children and families who have been impacted by cerebral palsy, Erb’s palsy and other birth-related injuries. ChildRC.com was created as a way to empower parents with the resources they need to make informed decisions about their child’s care and future. From our expert blog team to information on groundbreaking Cerebral Palsy therapies, ChildRC.com offers hope and support to parents and caregivers as they cope with the challenges of raising a special needs child. In addition, Sokolove Law offers a unique team of Nurse Case Managers who perform case evaluations by phone 7 days a week. Their role is to speak to concerned parents who are seeking legal assistance because their baby may have suffered a birth injury. For more information, please visit www.childrc.com.
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