Saturday, June 13, 2009

The hard facts of the financial crisis for disabled people

Living with a chronic illness and being disabled in times like today are not fun. Each day the stress pounds on how one would be surviving considering that the money coming in is not even enough.

What's worse is that some benefits from agencies are literally withheld or denied because of the lack of the money. Of course, there would be excuses about administrative requirements but the bottom line is that the poor, ill and needy are the ones who are experiencing the repercussions of the system.

The main goal must be to check and balance in government and agencies. There should be agencies that can really understand the real problems of the needy as to the vast administrative requirements of the law. This is the biggest thing that the needy people can rely on as after all as hope seems to be gloomy sometimes. https://adleinternational.wordpress.com www.alex-esguerra.com www.lifeandtimesofalexesguerra.com
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