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Disabled Seniors Guide to Retiring in Arizona

By    |   Wednesday, 03 Jun 2015 10:19 AM

Retirement in Arizona is one of the most sought after destinations of the elderly as they prepare for the final phase of their lives. However, it is always important to learn as much as you can about the state, the community, and the laws of any state that you plan to make a new life in. When it comes to disabled seniors, there is even more to learn, from where everything is, to how to get around, to the laws of the state. Here is everything disabled seniors need to know about retirement in Arizona.

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  1. Tax Relief for Disabled Seniors - Arizona offers property tax relief for totally disabled persons who are residents of the state. Totally or permanently disabled homeowners, as long as their property value is not more than a certain level, can receive an exemption for a certain portion of their home's value for property taxes. This is completed through the county assessor's office. More information can be found by calling (602) 716-6843.
  2. Disability Rights in Housing - The United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) offers programs in Arizona to protect disabled senior's rights when it comes to housing. It doesn't matter if the disabled person lives in public or private housing – they receive these rights. HUD prohibits any discrimination against the disabled when it comes to renting or selling the person a home. The rules also force housing providers to make accommodations, within reason, for the disabled. They also have to allow the disabled to make reasonable modifications to increase their enjoyment of life. Finally, in all multifamily housing buildings, all bottom floor units must comply with the Fair Housing Act.
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  4. Arizona Transportation - When it comes to disabled seniors choosing a place to live in their golden years, transportation plays a huge rule. Retirement in Arizona offers plenty of transportation resources to help the community. The Area Agencies on Aging is who seniors should contact for all their transportation needs. They are located all throughout Arizona and their locations can be found on the Arizona Department of Economic Security website.
  5. Senior Resource Guide - Finally, the Senior Resource Guide has a list of almost all senior service organizations for easy access on their website. This includes links to both the disability.gov and Disabled American Veterans websites. The Disability.gov website offers easy access to disability program information as well as services, benefits, and laws. The Disabled American Veterans site is a free to use nationwide network of services for both disabled veterans and their families.
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