KHN Column: Social Security’s Disabled Adult Child Program: A Key Option Often Below The Radar

In this Kaiser Health News column, Harold Pollack writes: “Intellectual disability is often accompanied by costly illnesses and social service needs. Even if someone spends his entire life in the house he grew up in, his family may eventually need public help to make ends meet. For many families, a little-known aspect of Social Security, awkwardly labeled the Disabled Adult Child program, makes a huge difference.” Read the entire column.

Related Posts

Comments are closed.