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May 2019 Archives

The diagnosis and treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a serious medical concern, as it can hinder your ability to do your job and partake in the activities you enjoy. For example, if you type for a living, you may begin to develop carpal tunnel syndrome over time. Unless treated in the appropriate manner, you'll find it difficult to perform your day-to-day tasks.

Helping a child cope with and overcome depression

Children, like adults, are going to experience emotions that are triggered by experiences, the environment they dwell in and the way they are treated and perceive their worth. However, because children are still learning to verbalize their feelings and communicate their emotions, understanding their needs can be uniquely difficult. For parents in California who are concerned about the possibility of their child being depressed, having an idea of how they can support their child is critical to their ability to facilitate their child's healing and recovery. 

Applying for disability benefits as a new parent

People lose their ability to work for various reasons, whether they are physical or mental in nature. Unfortunately, being disabled can make life incredibly hard from a financial point of view and from an emotional standpoint as well. For some people, such as those who have recently become a parent, these disabilities and the problems they create can be especially troubling. If you or your partner recently gave birth, it is very important to understand any resources that may be on the table if you are unable to work due to a disability.

Social Security Disability and private policies work together

The Social Security Disability Insurance program is supposed to help workers who are unable to return to work in their full capacity. This program is administered by the Social Security Administration and is paid for by deductions from worker paychecks and employer contributions. Despite the fact that workers have paid into the system, they have to wait to collect these benefits if something happens and they need them.

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