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SSA seeks changes to disclosure requirements in disability claims

If you’re like many of our readers here in Chattanooga then you’ve probably been paying attention to the news in recent months about disability claims. As you may know, widespread reports of fraud by media outlets across the nation resulted in several congressional hearings that made many people question whether these accusations were true of not. And to this day, people nationwide are still debating whether Congress should step in and take action.

Veterans, military families struggle with severe brain injuries

Brain injuries are a very complex and unique medical condition to deal with. Over the last several years, progress has been made in learning how to treat and rehabilitate individuals who are living with these disabling injuries, but it's often an uphill battle. For thousands of military veterans this has become especially apparent during the last decade.

Toxins at military base raise illness, disability concerns

Receiving a diagnosis for a potentially fatal illness is news that no one wants to hear. At the same time, coming to understand that the illness could have been prevented raises an entirely new set of concerns. This is the feeling that thousands of military veterans who served at Camp Lejeune are feeling about the threat associated with toxic exposure during their time at the base.

Children with disabilities may find more inclusion at school

It goes without saying that experiences in school are incredibly important for young people. Not only does school provide students with knowledge, but it also provides interaction and opportunities that can set a person on course for future success. For some students, however, having limited access to certain activities -- such as athletics -- could be detrimental to their overall development.

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