Government Services For The Disabled
Veterans have performed their admirable service for their country and many have paid the price. Many come back with physical disabilities while others suffer psychiatric disorders.
Governmental officials are keen to repay our veterans for what they have done by helping them return to the workplace and integrate into society.
The good news is that there are a number of governmental services designed for disabled veterans in Texas.… Read the rest
Services For The Disabled: Drug Testing In Texas
It is important that disabled workers are aware of their rights regarding workplace drug testing in Texas.
A lack of specific regulations means it is easier for employers to force disable workers to submit drug tests, including hair drug tests, which can detect drug use prior to the first date of employment (learn more at http://hairfollicledrugtest.info/hair-follicle-drug-testing-faq/)
In many cases, these tests will be fair and above board. Companies will explain the reason for the test and treat the procedure and result in a fair, confidential manner. Then there are the organizations that take advantage of these loose laws to discriminate and express control over employees.… Read the rest
Medical testing is available to all those that require it, no matter their status or disability.
So there’s really no excuse for any sexually active individual not to obtain an STD test today.
Traditionally, that means visiting your local free STD clinic, doctor or hospital.
The problem is that attitudes in America do not yet allow for this perfect scenario. There are some that do not feel confident entering a hospital or clinic for STD testing because of their disabilities or sexual orientation.
Imagine how helpless people can feel when they are both disabled and gay. The stigma and shame placed upon these people support the case for buying medical testing kits online. The online route is safe, anonymous and avoids situations like the following … Read the rest
Services For Disabled People In Texas
Some important changes are taking place regarding services for disabled people in Texas. As of September 1st, 2016, the Texas Department of Rehabilitative Services has begun a massive overhaul. The programs offered have now been split between the Texas Workforce Commission and the Health & Human Services Commission.
It is important that disabled citizens in Texas understand these changes and know where to turn for help. Seventeen essential services are now under new direction and they may not be where users expect.
Finding Services For Disabled Texas Residents
The first thing that Texas citizens need to remember is that there have been no cuts or eliminations as part of this overhaul. The services have only moved to the control … Read the rest