The term superhuman refers to humans with enhanced qualities and abilities that exceed those naturally found in humans. These qualities may be acquired through natural ability, self-actualization or technological aids.
DT.LA sells assistive technologies and provides legal advocacy and free resources to disabled Americans who have faced barriers in workforce participation.
Our innovation potential has become so harnessed (partially due to AMPHIBIAN A.I.). We self-identify as SUPERHUMANS. Now it is our time to give back and produce more.
This pub talks about how you can get a business to help you get assistive technology. In some cases, they are required to provide assistive technologies. Read to see if you qualify.
This pub tells you about your right to use assistive technology in public programs. Public programs are places like post offices, Social Security offices, department of motor vehicles, courts, schools and public transportation. It tells you when a program has to give you assistive technology and what to do if the program will not give it to you.
This pub is about PASS plans. A PASS is a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) work incentive. It lets you set money aside without impacting your benefits for a work goal. This pub explains what a PASS is, how to set one up and who can help to set it up.
This pub tells you about assistive technology that can count as IRWE. IRWE are costs you can deduct from your wages to get “countable income.” Social Security uses “countable income” to figure your SSI payment. It uses it to decide if you get SSDI while you work.
Did you know that if you get Medi-Cal and your disability makes it hard for you to communicate, Medi-Cal might pay for communication supports that you need?
This pub tells you what blind work expenses are. If you are blind, get SSI and work, you can use blind work expenses to get a higher monthly SSI payment. Blind work expenses lower your countable income. Social Security looks at countable income to figure out your monthly SSI payment.
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