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Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits are available for individuals who have been or are expected to be unable to work for at least twelve months due to either physical or mental impairments.  If an illness or impairment is expected to end in death an individual is also entitled to disability benefits.  The amount of the benefit you receive depends on how long you have worked and how much you earned.  Disabled children  and adults who do not have a significant earnings history may be entitled to Supplemental Security Income.  The time frames for obtaining benefits and the process by which Social Security determines if an individual is disabled and entitled to benefits is discussed below.

The Disability Process

What is the time frame for filing for Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)?

Social Security Disability Benefits – How do I qualify?

Social Security Disability and SSI claims based on learning Disabilities

Income Limits for Supplemental Security Income Elegibility

Supplemental Security Income (SSI): What is it?  How Do I Apply for SSI?

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Resource Limitations

Mental or Physical examinations scheduled by The Social Security Administration

The Difference between VA Disability Benefits and Social Security Benefits

Expedited Processing for Veterans who have a 100% VA Disability Rating

What are Special Needs Trusts?

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