I have a disability, I need to be on med-aid to help pay for the help I need daily and my wheelchair and others things I need. But I also want to have a job I am not one to stay home and think that became I’m disabled I don’t need to work. When you are on mad-aid you can’t work a lot or you’ll stop getting the benefits. So how could you work when you know the things that help you live a normal life might not be there if you get a job and start bringing in money; I think that they (med-aid) should help us want to work; shouldn’t let think we can’t work. Yes if we can pay for all we need out of our money than it would be different. But when people with disabilities have the thought that you shouldn’t work because of losing benefits, you wouldn’t want to get a job but if your benefit group were helping you to get to where you don’t need them it would better than making us more disabled.
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