Disability Resources

Disability Overview
Assistive Devices
Disability Discussions
U.K. Disability
U.S. Disability
Free/Low Cost Meds
International Relief
Medic Alert Programs
Palliative Care
Patient Rights
Patient Programs
Wish Granting


Some people with systemic scleroderma have mild enough symptoms that they are able to continue working for years, or even decades. However, others may find that they are unable to continue working full time.

Assistive and Mobility Devices

Overview of Assistive Devices
Assistive Devices
Mobility Devices

Disability Discussions

Sclero Forums
Disability Discussions

Disability Benefits

Overview of Disability Insurance
U.K. Disability Programs
U.K. Utility Benefits
U.S. Disability Programs

Free and Low Cost Medication Programs

Overview of Free and Low Cost Medication Programs
Medication Assistance Programs
Medical Discount Programs
Medicare Resources
Mail Order Prescriptions
Pharmacy Discounts
U.K. Medication Programs

Hospice Care

Overview of Hospice Care How to Find Hospice Care

International Medical Relief Agencies

Financial Advice Services
International Medical Relief Agencies

Medical Alert Programs

Overview of Medical Alert Programs Do It Yourself Medical Alert Programs

Palliative Care Programs

Palliative Care Resources
Sclero Forums Discussions on Palliative Care

Patient's Rights

Overview Patient Advocacy

Patient Support Programs

Blind and Physically Handicapped
Energy Assistance for Patients
Property Tax Relief for Disabled Persons
Patient Advocacy Programs
Peer Support

Scholarships for Scleroderma

Arthritis Scholarships
Free College Planning Kit
Searching for Scholarships

Wish Granting Organizations

Wish Granting Organizations. A list of local, regional, national and international wish-granting organizations for children and adults who are disabled or have life-threatening illnesses. Family Village.

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In Loving Memory

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