Social Security supports the Americans with Disabilities Act
According to the Social Security Administration, there are five ways Social Security supports the ADA.
First, it provides financial and medical benefits to ensure a “higher quality of life” for those who cannot work.
Second, it provides “cash assistance” to people with disabilities or blindness and limited income.
Thirdly, children with developmental and behavioral problems receive financial support.
Fourth, the Ticket to Work program supports career development to help people with disabilities achieve financial independence.
Finally, ABLE accounts allow eligible individuals to save up to $100,000 without losing their benefits.