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Disability Advice from the Disability Pros (Blog)

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Welcome to the Disability Advice from the Disability Pros blog.  Here you will find helpful articles about all things disability-related, information to help you navigate systems, instructional articles, user guides, and more.  This blog is specifically geared towards information related articles.  For opinion, discussion, and debate, see the Sound Off! blog.

If you are a subject matter expert and would like to submit an article, please email Angela Nevin at anevin@ccdconline.org.


Posted on: 2018/05/24

Submitted by Julie Reiskin, Executive Director Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition,  January 16, 2018 Did you know that you can keep your Medicaid benefits and work a full-time job?  A lot of people don’t.  Colorado has a program that will let you do just that – The Colorado Medicaid Buy-In for Working Adults with Disabilities. Are you …

Posted on: 2018/05/15

by Douglas Howey Non-Attorney Advocate for Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition Denver’s RTD is mandated by the Federal Government under the Americans with Disabilities ACT of 1990 to offer equitable/comparable Paratransit Services for those not able to use normal public fixed route bus and rail systems. The mandate says that within 3/4 mile of any fixed route …


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