Federal government increases grants for disabled

On the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Obama administration has announced $2.25 billion in federal grants to help disabled Americans move from hospitals and nursing centers back into their own homes. This money is granted as part of the recently passed health care reform bill.

The grants for disabled and many others are issued to organizations that aim to make life easier for disabled people. Federalgrantswire.com lists 95 such grants, including:

Books for the blind and physically handicapped: This grant for disabled provides library services to handicapped residents of the United States as well as American's living outside the country.