Posts Tagged ‘Giving back’

Now It Is Stated Regarding Service Animals.

January 19, 2015

Martin Luther King day!

Many people living with hidden disabilities are being discriminated against daily.

“Hiddendisabilities” last post on wordpress.com was a reaction to the first “Dog Walking Area” I shared how all my rights are being denied under Fair Housing. The second message arrived on my door January 15, 2015.  ANIMALS This is not okay under any fair housing where disabled people live. The other concern is under HUD can pets be taken away from seniors?

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The Hayliegh Project

December 5, 2012

Here is the article I was asked to write about the benefits of both me and my service dogs use of LDN. I still have to live w/ this horrific disease and lately it has attacked my stomach as if my appendix’s has ruptured.

About my service dog she has gained full use of her back leg that was once atrophied and not of any use.  She is surviving cancer w/ no suffering. Hayliegh still keeps working for me as she wouldn’t want to be anywhere else, but w/ me.

I have purchased a Burley tail wagon for her this way we can stay together where ever go.

Every day I ask God to show me what I can do to give back to the world while living w/ this disease and while being home.  I also share what Hayliegh and I do while we are home.

http://www.ldnresearchtrustfiles.co.uk/docs/July%20Newsletter.pdf

 

We are on page 7 & 8

I love you Hayliegh Muffins!

I love you Hayliegh Muffins!

Giving back

January 8, 2010

Those of us w/ disabilities on fixed incomes often need extra help with money or toiletries and other items needed.  We also have co-pays on medications, co-pays doctor appointments, and over the counter nutrients.   Whether we are on SSI, SSDI or Retirement we all need that little help.   It is rough if you are not in housing were your money can not go far, “does it ever!” .  When on a fixed income there is a price range allowed for those of us on a fixed income, and legally does not have to be declared.  There is an income restriction which has to be reported.   There are many things we can do such as, helping others whether it be organizing, cooking, watching someone children, calling someone, driving people to the store or doctor appointments be creative with what you have to give.

It is important to give back and not just sit in our apartments or house doing nothing.  Don’t get me wrong I have days when I am house bound sometimes weeks, and just survive due to my health.  I talking about when you’re having a better day.

What have you done today?


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