Self-Help Aid

Self-Help Aid

Loans, grants, or scholarships that a post-secondary educational institution (as opposed to the federal government or some other party) awards a student as part of a financial aid package. See also: FAFSA.
References in periodicals archive ?
Exploring this new self-help aid, brainwave entrainment, has never been easier or as inexpensive.
Financial aid packages may include any combination of gift aid, such as grants and scholarships; borrowed aid, such as student loans; and self-help aid, such as work study.
This information conveys the amount that the student and/or family will be responsible to pay out-of-pocket or through "self-help aid" (loans and work study).
Financial aid generally consists of total grant aid and self-help aid. Grant aid is free and does not have to be repaid, and is comprised of need-based aid (which is based on financial need) and non-need-based aid (which is based on scholarship or merit).
Once you have been diagnosed and treated for thyroid problems, reflexology can be a useful self-help aid.
This assistance can come in the form of grants or self-help aid. Under the Stafford Loan Program, first-year full-time undergraduates can receive up to $2,625 a year if they're classified as dependent students, and $6,625 if they're independent students, at up to 8.25% interest.
Once you've been diagnosed and treated for thyroid problems, reflexology can be a useful self-help aid to ease the symptoms.
Terms commonly used in the medical fields (insurance/ health plans) include durable medical equipment, or DME--wheelchairs (also called seating systems), mobility aids like walkers or crutches, self-help aids such as shower chairs--and prosthetics (devices that replace body parts and can include augmentative communication devices for people who are unable to speak).
Give him self-help aids such as left and right stickers on his bike and if he finds a particular task difficult tell him to take it slowly.
Most people with arthritis of the knee will never reach the point of needing a total joint replacement, and many can find relief from knee pain with the judicious use of self-help aids, some modifications in their daily acitivities, weight control and a faithful exercise program.
Unmet needs were reported for these children in all areas of life functioning, with the greatest need categories being use of computers, specialized vehicles, building accessibility, visual aids, and self-help aids. A large percentage of children reported not having had evaluations prior to receiving their assistive devices or the opportunity to purchase assistive devices on a credit plan.