The Affordable Care Act: What Disability Advocates Need to Know

The Affordable Care Act: What Disability Advocates Need to KnowNow that the U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the disability community must work to better understand the law and the many benefits it can provide to people with disabilities. This will be critical to the community’s role in helping to move states forward with implementation.

Numerous ACA provisions related to both acute care and long term services and supports hold great promise for improving the health and wellbeing of people with disabilities. The Arc’s national public policy team has put together this analysis to provide information about the major provisions and the status of their implementation.

This analysis was previously shared with those who are signed up for our Action List. Want to get involved with The Arc’s legislative advocacy? Sign up here.

If you require a Word version of this document, please contact Kristen McKiernan, McKiernan@thearc.org.

3 thoughts on “The Affordable Care Act: What Disability Advocates Need to Know

    • Hi Mariana,

      We don’t have anyone on staff that specializes specifically on tourism-related issues. You might have better luck spreading this survey via social media to gather the responses you need.

      Good luck and thanks for your interests in people with disabilities!

  1. Mariana,
    If you are still looking for information on this subject, check out TripsInc.com. They specialize in organizing trips for people with disabiltiies.
    I hope this helps.

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