This critically important reading for disabled individuals and their families considers the following topics in a straightforward, practical manner: <P> <LI> the extent of deductions and other benefits possible for specialized technology when needed for education, work, recreation, and personal independence; <LI> costs that may be deducted by employers for training; <LI> technological modifications and other factors necessary for a handicapped person to work; <LI> accessing retirement funds without withdrawal penalties if funds are needed to defray the costs of disability; <LI> deductions by family members or others when a person with a disability has little or no income; <LI>how deductions for education can be handled. -From The Publisher
Stephen B. Mendelson
1993 Demos Medical Publishing, LLC
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