InSpirit believes people with quadriplegia deserve the right to remain in their own home with reliable care. There is strong evidence that both physical and mental health can decline when a person with a severe disability is forced to leave their home to live in a communal care setting. However, cost of home care remains a barrier to many. Medicaid & In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) do provide some financial assistance. However, for those who are severely disabled and require round-the-clock care, these funds are woefully insufficient.