My daughter is losing her eye sight, will not be able to find job or drive. What she is going to do for her health?
Q) My daughter is 21 years old and has done with her education and got her degree. She unfortunately has an eye problem and losing her eye sight and will not be able to find job or drive. What she is going to do for her health and future. Is there any help for her as Medicare or medical assistance.
A) I am sorry to hear about your daughter’s eye problem. I understand that this is a difficult situation for you and your family.
There are a number of things that you can do to help your daughter.
First, you should make sure that she has access to quality medical care. If she does not have health insurance, you can help her apply for Medicaid or Medicare. You can also contact your state’s Department of Health and Human Services to find out about other programs that may be able to help her.
Second, you should help her find a job that is compatible with her disability. There are a number of jobs that do not require good vision, such as working from home, doing data entry, or being a customer service representative. You can also help her find a job that is specifically designed for people with disabilities. There are a number of organizations that can help her find a job, such as the National Organization on Disability and the American Foundation for the Blind.
Third, you should help her find resources that can help her live independently. There are a number of organizations that can help her find housing, transportation, and other services that she may need. You can find a list of these organizations on the website of the National Disability Rights Network.
Finally, you should be there for her emotionally. This is a difficult time for her, and she will need your support. Let her know that you love her and that you are there for her no matter what.
I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.