Student Aid for the Low Income and Disabled?

Answer According to The College Board's 2010 "Trends in College Pricing" report, tuition and fees at four-year public universities rose approximately 5.6 percent each year beyond the general rate of infla... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Student Aid for the Low Income and Disabled

How to Teach a Disabled Student Art?

Many children who may be unable to communicate or express their feeling verbally, can easily do so by creating works of art. Art therapy is based on the premise that art can be used to help reach p... Read More »

Filing Income Taxes for the Disabled?

The old adage still rings true: nothing is certain in life except death and taxes. Even if a person becomes disabled, taxes are still an unpleasant fact. Reporting any income to the Internal Revenu... Read More »

Can you claim a disabled person on your IRS income tax?

You may be able to claim an exemption for a disabled person if they are a qualifying relative that passes all of the gross income requirement tests. You must provide more than 50 percent of the dis... Read More »

Fun Ways to Teach Math to a Learning Disabled Student?

Students with dyscalculia, or a learning disability in math, are fully capable of becoming proficient students of math. The strategies used and time taken will vary, but with patience and persisten... Read More »