Apex Disability Law assists disabled individuals in their claims for Social Security disability benefits. We have experience assisting clients at all stages of the process from the initial application, hearings and appeals. If you, or someone you know, has questions about the disability process, please contact us immediately as many of Social Security's procedures are time-sensitive. We have successfully helped numerous clients with traumatic brain injuries get financial and medical benefits and understand the challenges of TBI cases under the Social Security regulations.
The mission of Bright Futures Advocacy and Jeanette is to support brighter futures for people with unique abilities through education consulting and advocacy. Services include special education advocacy, guardianship assistance, orientation assistance on accessing resources in the community including SSI, workshops and trainings via webinar upon request, non-certified translation of documents.
We are an informational resource for individuals navigating the Social Security Disability application process. Our website offers FAQ's, a disability glossary, health resources, and an interactive disability forum where applicants can connect with one another. We also work with a network of attorneys across the country to offer a free disability evaluation to those who request this service.
Disabled Resource Services provides services to those individuals who are disabled. Our staff is able to help with case management, advocacy, applying for and navigating Social Security, SNAP and Medicaid benefits, Medicare etc. We have a Vision Matters program as well as a Youth Transitions program. We assist individuals get out of nursing homes and into their own homes. We have peer counseling and an employment program. Disabled Resource Services provides support and other much needed services. All services are free of charge.
I help families plan for the present and future needs of their child with disabilities.
I also help families remember planning is about the entire family, not just one family member. Every person in your family has present and future needs and all deserve consideration in planning.
I offer coaching and consulting services, from review and advice on accessible services for quality of life now and for the future, to helping you define your long-term vision and, of equal importance, to supporting you in completing instructions for clarity in your absence.
Because three domains impact your family’s journey, Disability Benefits, Financial Management and Planning and Legal documentation to ensure protection of your assets and your children, I work with financial advisors and specializing attorneys. If you only have one of these territories covered or they are not coordinated, you do not have a fully considered life care plan for your child.
Quality of life planning and funding encompasses many areas of concern for your children including independence, financial well-being, social and recreational opportunities, housing, education and employment.
Because families are often continually overwhelmed by the responsibilities of the present moment, developing a comprehensive future plan habitually is relegated to a perpetual "to do" list.
I will assemble your team to move your family’s planning from your “to do” list to “DONE!”
Because of my own experience with a medically fragile and developmentally disabled child, I became a statewide leader for change. Working within the Colorado early intervention system, private and public health insurance industries, and disability initiatives and medical practices, I successfully:
- Spearheaded 14 CO statutes to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families,
- Served as Executive Director for the Autism Society of CO
- Chaired the CO Autism Commission and the CO Division of Insurance Consumer Council
Now I share the wisdom I gained on my journey with parents and guardians of children with special needs who are also determined to build a brighter future for their loved ones.
We protect the rights of clients throughout the United States. If your claim was denied for long term disability insurance, Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Veterans’ Disability Compensation, we can help you.
5300 Memorial Drive, Suite 725Houston, TX 77007
- (281) 612-8208
- (866) 365-7898
Services and support for people with disabilities in Routt, Moffat, Summit, Rio Blanco, and Grand Counties.
Our core services include information and assistance, advocacy, peer support, youth transition services and independent living skills. We work with individuals of all ages and disabilities so that everyone can choose to live well in the community.
Summit County (satellite office):
325 Lake Dillon road
Dillon, CO 80435
Phone: 970-875-4836 (Carlos)
Grand County (satellite office):
365 E Agate Ave
Granby, CO 80446
Phone: 970-846-8038 (Joy)
Moffat and Rio Blanco Counties (satellite office):
50 College Dr
Craig, CO 81625
Phone: 970-819-7649 (Ashley)
Phone via text only or video call: 970-819-7027 (Staci)
Orbitron Document Assistance, LLC’s mission is to provide one-on-one services by guiding, supporting, encouraging, educating, and assisting individuals with all kinds of paperwork. Our services have proven beneficial to a number of BIAC clients. We are certified as a notary public. Some example of services we offer are completing forms and applications, balancing checkbook(s), reconciling bank statement(s), preparing checks for signature, electronic and manual bill pay, sort and read mail, and clarify documents. We pride ourselves on being meticulous, careful, conscientious, diligent, detailed, particular, accurate and thorough.
Public PlacesMetropolitan Denver, CO 80020
- (303) 250-8492
I am a vocational rehabilitation counselor/insurance case manager that has been practicing for close to 40 years. I also successfully tested with Social Security to be able to represent claimants in Social Security applications and appeals. I also work with several school systems to coordinate services for students, working with parents, school staff and insurance providers. I also do expert witness work in third party litigation. I am also a certified brain injury specialist. Earlier this year I presented to the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey on the topic of the Social Security Disability application and appeals process
- Contact Name
- Janine Holloman
4164 Austin Bluffs Parkway #313Colorado Springs, CO 80917
- El Paso
- (616) 690-3134
- Other Notes
- Sliding Scale
We created an easy to use, comprehensive Medicaid long term care guide to add to your list of online resources: https://www.seniorplanning.org/long-term-care-medicaid-eligibility/.
The guide is not intended to replace the advice of a lawyer or doctor, but will hopefully educate people about the benefits that may be available to them.
After receiving numerous calls to our office from out-of-state clients, we were surprised to find out that a nationwide Medicaid guide did not exist anywhere on the web. Furthermore, states fail to update their Medicaid pages and even when they do, it is nearly impossible for someone to find what they are looking for unless they are experienced in the matter. We found the information by plowing through state legislation, calling state ombudsman offices repeatedly, and digging deep into government sites.
Each state has individual financial and medical requirements and although there are federal minimums they have to meet, depending upon where you live, there may be extra rules. Our aim in making this guide was to lay the groundwork for possible Medicaid recipients before they begin the application process. Armed with some knowledge, the application will hopefully be expedited and applicants will be more aware of whether they can qualify in the first place, before fruitlessly wasting time.
There is no charge to use the resource and a guide like this does not exist anywhere else on the web. It's been listed by the NIH on their resources page so you can rest assured it's legitimate information (http://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/wecare/resources.html).
I work with an organization called Senior Planning and we provide free assistance to seniors and their families regarding elder care and housing options. We work with memory care patients, TBI patients, and anyone else who needs long term care.
- Contact Name
- Max Gottlieb
3411 N. 5th Avenue, Suite 207Phoenix, AZ 85013
- (480) 980-6805
- Other Notes
- We accept Medicaid
Stride works with individuals in a variety of life stages with TBI and offers a full range of creative and personalized care to enhance quality of life and increase autonomy.
We employ quality and creative care practices as well as comprehensive assessments to create a top notch care plan. Stride meets our clients where they are at and partners closely with their family, medical providers, and community supports to ensure all physical, emotional, financial, and social aspects of our client’s lives are fully addressed.
We offer a number of services such as Care Management, Nursing Oversight, Quality of Life improvement, Benefits Management, and development and management of personalized care teams and recovery.
We assess our clients life as a whole as well as their recovery goals and make their dream team of 1:1 caregivers and rehab aides as well as medical providers come to life!
True Help: A division of Allsup, provides free Social Security Disability Insurance eligibility screening and referrals to individuals who cannot work due to a disability. As an SSDI representative, True Help completes required paperwork, gathers medical evidence, and advocates for eligible individuals throughout the application process to secure SSDI benefits and subsequent Medicare coverage. True Help also provides veterans disability appeal consultation and representation.