Disability is tough enough without sky-high costs
If we are to have true equality in Ireland, we must ease the extra financial burden carried by a significant sector in society
There is no avoiding the fact: the cost of living with a disability is huge. Even with the progressive health and welfare measures we have in Ireland, disability can have a voracious financial appetite. And, in a country that prides itself on equality, where is the equality in that?
It is unfair. It is a heavy burden to place on a person who is already coping with a disability and we need to move past...
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