What are some Michgian state programs
available to a child with cerebral palsy?
The State of Michigan provides various assistance programs for families of children with cerebral palsy. As a resource to parents caring for a child with cerebral palsy, our Michigan birth injury law firm has provided a list of programs and helpful resources that your child and family may be eligible for.
- Access to basic and specialized health insurance through state agencies such as State Child Health Insurance Program, State Department of Disability and Human Health, State Medicaid offices and more. Helpful Resources:
- Public assistance programs, such as nutritional assistance, funding assistance, family assistance programs and more. Helpful Resources:
- Housing opportunities for safe, accessible, and affordable housing. Helpful Resources:
- Employment assistance, such as training and support for individuals suffering from cerebral palsy and looking for employment opportunities. Helpful Resources:
- State research opportunities that investigate ways to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cerebral palsy. Helpful resources:
These are just a few of the many statewide programs available to children living in Michigan who suffer from cerebral palsy. Although the Federal Government does fun and regulate many of these benefits, the state and local agencies often determine eligibility. It is in your child’s best interest to look into all of the possibilities and support programs that may be available to you and your child.
At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. we represent parents and their children who are suffering from cerebral palsy due to a medical mistake. For more information about filing a lawsuit or learning more about your rights, call our top rated law firm today at (800) 606-1717.