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Encyclopedia of Financial Gerontology: Federal Disability Programs Section

Publication Date
Dec 31, 1995

Federal disability programs, which provide services such as cash support, health care coverage, and direct supportive services to eligible people with disabilities, are typically limited to people under the age of 65. This entry of the Encyclopedia of Financial Gerontology contains information about the Americans with Disabilities Act and nine major federal programs targeted on disability which serve sizable proportions of the non-elderly population aged 50 and over. [17 PDF pages]

People with Disabilities