Readers of this disability benefits blog should be aware of a key distinction between the eligibility requirements for Social Security disability insurance benefits and Supplement Security Income. Whereas SSDI has a work history requirement, SSI benefits do not. Instead, they are contingent upon low-income eligibility, in addition to the usual requirement of proving the functional incapacitation of one’s disability.
Readers of this disability blog know that the Social Security Administration defines a disability as a condition that prevents an individual from working. But does that mean that a disabled worker can’t perform any activity for compensation?
To critics who allege that undeserving individuals are receiving disability payments through programs like Social Security disability insurance, a recent article sets the record straight.
The duties required of good parenting can be challenging under any circumstance. In the case of a child with a developmental or learning disability, a parent might quickly feel overwhelmed.