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People with Disabilities Seek Ways to Manage Higher Healthcare Costs
Date:7/29/2008

Allsup explains some of the options available to people with disabilities when facing increasing healthcare costs, including added benefits of Social Security Disability Insurance.

Belleville, IL (PRWEB) July 29, 2008 –- Rising gas prices, higher costs for food and healthcare are triggering a financial overload for families, according to http://allsup.com/Home.aspx [Allsup], which represents people nationwide for http://www.allsup.com/About-SSDI/Free-SSDI-Evaluation.aspx [Social Security Disability Insurance] benefits (SSDI). The financial overload is especially difficult for adults who have the added burden of no longer being able to work because of a chronic illness or injury.

But people with disabilities have some options when it comes to better handling healthcare costs. “If you are permanently disabled, you cannot afford to be without some type of plan to cover your health-related costs on an ongoing basis,” said Paul Gada, a tax attorney and personal financial planning director for Allsup. “This is especially true if you are http://allsup.com/About-SSDI/SSDI-Overview.aspx [applying for SSDI] benefits, since you need to be able to provide updated medical records to the Social Security Administration.”

Allsup representatives, who have helped thousands of people to apply for and receive SSDI benefits, handle questions daily on the issue of healthcare costs. Fortunately, there are some ways to manage healthcare costs, and Allsup offers the following insights. More information can be found on Allsup.com under the section, “h
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