Get Free Disability Help For The
Grants And Benefits You Deserve
Getting free disability help for the disabled, once unimaginable, is now within your reach. Learn to do it step by step the easy way, all at no cost whatsoever. Just tell your story.
This section of the site guides you through the essential first writing steps in applying for disability grants or benefits. For more resources that are specific to the disabled, please go to the Disability Grants page. If you're looking for general grant information, go to the Getting Grants page.
How It Works For You
Accessible.org helps YOU get the disability benefits and grants you're entitled to by showing you how to make your case. It starts by YOU telling YOUR story. By telling your story here, you:
- Learn to get the right information in the right order.
- Get it polished up so others want to see and link to it.
- Make it known to a wide audience that could help you.
This free disability help page is for you if you're disabled and suffering financially. You're probably looking for government grants, to help pay off your debts, and simply live in dignity.
By the way, when we talk here about "government grants," we're just using a term everyone uses. It means much more than that though, because the disabled are entitled to benefits in many forms.
For example, your disability story can help you get...
- food stamps
- handicap vehicles
- service dogs
- and more
It all starts by YOU putting things in writing, by telling your story.
Just One Simple Step
Getting real disability help by telling your story here at Accessible.org is simple. You take one action step to get it started.
Step 1 – Draft Story
In this first step, you do a draft of your story to get the right information in the right order. (We help you with this.)
There are actually two more steps, but they don't require any action on your part. We're the ones doing the work!
Step 2 – Story Editing
In this second step, YOU SIT BACK AND WAIT while WE REVIEW AND EDIT your story. (This could take up to 10 days.)
Step 3 – Story Posting
In this third step, we post your story. If you gave us a working e-mail address, we notify you about it. A big job done!
After this, the rest is up to you! Only YOU can apply for the disability help (grants and benefits) that you're eligible for.
But take heart... you'll have already completed the BIG step of getting your story right and in writing.
And we continue to help you, always at no charge.
Don't worry if things aren't quite clear now. We'll handhold you through the entire process of getting free disability help. Focus now on doing a good job of your draft story.
Essential How-To Tips
Telling your story is a key part – that first step – of the process of writing government grants (and getting disability help). We want to help you get it right, so here are some tips on how to write your story for best results.
Follow the tips to increase your chances of getting your story accepted here at Accessible.org. While you'e at it, you'll improve the skills you need in writing grants and applying for disability benefits.
Here Is What To Do
- Be honest. The truth always comes out. When it does, we delete any story that has misrepresented the facts.
- Give detail. Provide disability specifics. The more readers know, the more they can help you.
- Proofread. Check your spelling and grammar so that it takes us less time to edit (at no cost to you).
- Stay real. Keep your expectations realistic. You might get help in a day, week, month, maybe never. There are no guarantees.
- Be factual. Be positive too! Avoid sounding negative, bitter or self-pitying. Benefits and granting agencies deal only in facts.
Here's What NOT To Do
- Do NOT submit your story IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. It makes it harder to read and longer to edit.
- Do NOT submit your story in all lowercase letters. Again, it makes it harder to read and longer to edit.
- Do NOT use abbreviations (ur for your, yr for year, dr for doctor, approx for approximately, appt for appointment and so on).
- Do NOT submit a story that looks skimpy and rushed; provide the minimum number of words suggested in the form.
Follow ALL the tips to increase the chances of your story being accepted. Extreme? Maybe so, but there's a valid reason behind our unique approach to getting you free disability help. Read on!
Why Our Process Serves You Well And
I'll Pay You $100 If You Find A Catch!
Hello! Don Coggan here with an explanation of our rigorous story-telling requirements. The Search Engines, Google in particular, have set higher and higher standards for listing Web sites like Accessible.org.
All content must be original and of high quality to better serve the people who use the Search Engines. Well-done Web pages allow a site to be ranked higher and more easily found by searchers. This means that searchers will more easily find YOUR story!
To maintain our reputation with the Search Engines, we have to maintain the quality of all pages on our site. This means high-quality, well-presented, original content. Doing a first draft of your story is an important step in keeping the quality high, and of course, in getting you the disability help you need.
Now, about that $100... Our story editing service is absolutely free and we want to keep it that way. If you find anything on this site that asks you to pay money to Accessible.org, please contact me via the Contact Us
page and I'll send you $100 by PayPal
So there you go. That's an overview of the process. Getting disability help through government grants and other benefits you're entitled to takes work. In the end though, it'll be worth your effort.
Ready To Start On Your Story?
Yes? Then it's time to use the template form below to do a first draft. Take your time. Be thorough. Applying for grants and benefits must be done carefully if you want real results.
Need some examples to inspire you? Go to our News/Blog or Home Page and click on a link that interests you.
Do NOT submit
your story if:
you don't understand the process
you don't want your story public
it could affect litigation you're in
Oh, and one more thing...
PLEASE read the form below ENTIRELY before you write a single thing. When you submit it, you'll get an automated reply telling you what your next step is (at no cost to you always), so please be sure to double check your e-mail address.
Ready? Then use this form to submit your draft story now.
Thank you in advance for doing a good job of your draft story! Wondering what's next?
So What Happens Next?
Shortly after you submit your draft story, you'll get an automated e-mail reply from us (if you used a working e-mail address).
That e-mail will remind you that we will edit and polish your story and then post it on one of the following pages:
We've separated the disability help pages into the categories shown above to make it easier to suggest specific forms of assistance.
Remember... No matter what type of government grants or benefits you're looking for, you have to put your story in writing. This is a your chance to do it with professional help and at no charge.
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