6 Steps to apply for Social Security Disability
SSI Child Disability Starter Kit (for children under age 18)
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Reviewing your Disability Publication # 10068
Nolo's Guide to Social Security Disability
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Medicare and You 2019 #10050
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- Is SSI Title XVI?
- SSI Income & Asset Limits * SSA Site
- SSI Home Page – Table of Contents on Social Security Website
- Medicaid – Medi-Cal is generally automatic.
- WHAT DOES “DISABLED” MEAN FOR AN ADULT?If you are age 18 or older we may consider you “disabled” if you have a medically determinable physical or mental impairment (including an emotional or learning problem) which:results in the inability to do any substantial gainful activity; andcan be expected to result in death; orhas lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months.
WHAT IS SUBSTANTIAL GAINFUL ACTIVITY (SGA)?
We use the term substantial gainful activity (SGA) to describe a level of work activity and earnings that is both substantial and gainful. SGA involves performance of significant physical or mental activities, or a combination of both. For your work activity to be substantial you do not need to work full time. Work activity performed on a part-time basis may also be SGA. If your impairment is anything other than blindness, earnings averaging over $1,070 a month (for the year 2014) generally demonstrate SGA.
Gainful work activity is:
work performed for pay or profit, or
work of a nature generally performed for pay or profit; or
work intended for profit, whether or not a profit is realized.
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- Social Security Disability – SSDI
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