Living with a disability or chronic disease can be an expensive proposition, but you can save plenty through special discounts and services — if you know about them.
They include tax deductions, free telephone devices, reduced fares, low-priced prescriptions, free Braille bank statements, radio reading services, even lower-cost pet care.
To find them, check out nonprofit organizations that specialize in your particular disability or disease. Or consider joining DisabledDiscounts.com ($25 a year) to see what's available in your community.
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Joan Rattner Heilman writes about good deals and where to find them.