Upon learning you've been diagnosed with a neuromuscular disorder, understanding where to begin once the diagnosis is confirmed can be challenging. The following categories can provide valuable links to services and resources at the national and local levels.
|Disability rights||Government benefits for people with disabilities||State resources|
|Employment||Independent living||Transportation and travel|
|Equipment||Publicly funded medical benefits||Webinars|
While there are many challenges that come with learning you've been diagnosed with a neuromuscular disorder, understanding where to begin once the diagnosis is confirmed can be a major obstacle. For those individuals who are newly diagnosed, the following resources, listed by state, can provide a valuable connection to getting the services and resources they desperately need. This directory was created to provide those we serve with access to state-specific resources such as advocacy, education, disability, development, employment and mental health, just to name a few.
Once you select your state from the list below, you'll find that the directory is organized into the following three categories:
District of Columbia
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