Know your health insurance rights.
Every migraine, cluster, and headache patient needs to know their rights — to access the right treatment at the right time. New migraine medication is available. Learn what you can do if you’ve been denied access to the right treatment.
Overcoming insurance barriers.
New migraine medications mean new barriers to get the treatment you need. Patients should have access to appropriate medications prescribed by their health care professionals.
Disability is in the eye of the beholder.
For many, it’s an uphill battle to get approved for disability benefits with migraine. Learn some tips to help you along your journey.
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This is a basic overview of the Family and Medical Leave Act. It includes information about how it can help migraine patients.
There are many types of private disability insurances that may be purchased by individuals or by companies on behalf of employees as a component of their benefits package.
This article is for anyone who currently earns a living, but has no clue how your bills would be paid if you became disabled.
Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) provide free or low-cost medications to people who need help paying for treatment. Each program has its own eligibility guidelines. These websites contain information about new migraine medication assistance and directories of PAPs.
Learn more about the Social Security Disability Insurance program.
It can be extremely difficult to hold down a job with chronic pain. If you're considering filing for migraine disability, read this firs
In the US, the Social Security Administration does not recognize migraine as severe enough to automatically warrant benefits, so most claims are initially denied.
This page provides detailed information about disability benefits. Understand what to expect from Social Security during the disability process.