According to an article in the Denver Post last week, there are ten great cities for individuals with physical disabilities. They are:
10. Lubbock, Texas
9. Orlando, Florida
8. Winston-Salem, North Carolina
7. Birmingham, Alabama
6. Chicago, Illinois
5. Portland, Oregon
4. Denver, Colorado
3. Reno, Nevada
2. Albuquerque, New Mexico
1. Seattle, Washington
Types of things taken into consideration: Climate, air quality, number of physicians, rehab specialists and centers, accessible fitness and recreation facilities and transit. Age of the cities was also considered as was each city’s spending and eligibility requirements for Medicaid and if a city contained large numbers of people with physical disabilities who were able to get jobs.
Do you have a favorite? Is it one of these ten cities or another city? We would love to hear from you.
This information should not be construed as “legal advice” for a particular set of facts or circumstances. It is intended only to be a practical guide for participants familiar with this subject. Users should seek appropriate legal advice tailored to address their specific situation.