According to a recent study, a number of children who are diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum are not getting the medical or mental health care they need. Whereas fewer than 10 percent of children with other types of disability are not getting the care they need, according to the study. This number is closer to 20 percent, or 1 in 5, with respect to those children who have a spectrum disorder. Among children who are not suffering under any apparent disability, under 3 percent missed out on essential services.
Many people in the Philadelphia area may find themselves unable to work because of an illness or injury. Despite oftentimes having a track record of being hard workers at high-paying jobs, these folks will quickly find after a few months of being laid up that they need financial help if they wish to survive.