If You’re Disabled, Get A Job

What's Your WheelchairLiving with a permanent disability is an expensive way of life.  I’m not talking about vacations, new cars or shopping spree’s.  I’m talking about medication, physical therapy, urological supplies you need to manage your bowel and bladder, and home health care so a 25-year-old with a traumatic brain injury or a 43-year-old with a spinal cord injury does not end up in a nursing home.

Being disabled for 21 years, I have been in so many circumstances that have taught me what works best in having a job and staying healthy at the same time.  The bottom line of a disability like mine is prevention.  Prevention is everything, because if the complications that can come with having a spinal cord injury begin, everything else in your life must stop. That’s why I’ve found working at home is the least stressful way of having a job.

We live in an incredible time in the world where technology is creating new things every day to assist those that are disabled. Even the thought of this is absolutely fantastic! What is not fantastic are the price tags, and we are not talking about luxury items. We are talking about items, big and small, that will keep a disabled individual healthy and more independent. There shouldn’t be a price tag on those things.

Disabled people need to work!  The government gives me $803.00 per month to cover all my expenses.  I know many disabled people who are in the same situation.  After the the video check out some  incredible educational information about starting your own business. And it’s not working from home… It allows you to work from anywhere! Notice my background in the video…. Enjoy!

 

 

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