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Qualifying for disability benefits based on illness

In addition to physical and mental medical conditions that may prevent an individual from working, a serious illness or other health problem may also prevent individuals from working or being able to seek gainful employment. Illnesses can arise based on a variety of factors, and could occur in the workplace based on the kind of work the disabled individual usually performs. Regardless of how the illness arose, disability benefits including Social Security disability or SSD and Supplemental Security Income or SSI may be able to help those living with disabilities as well as their families.

How does the Social Security Administration define disability?

Understanding how to qualify for social security disability benefits is important for many disabled individuals in Missouri and throughout the country. Disabled individuals considering applying for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits may wonder what the Social Security Administration considers to be a disability and how they can qualify for disability through the SSA's application process for benefits.

Disability benefits may be an option for cancer sufferers

During 2017, greater than 1 million victims will be diagnosed with cancer. Most individuals and families have been impacted by cancer in one way or another. National Cancer Survivors Day was recently observed, and it is a good time for cancer sufferers and their families to make sure they are familiar with disability benefits that may help. Social Security disability and its Compassionate Allowances program provide resources and assistance for cancer sufferers.

What help are Social Security Disability benefits?

Disability benefits can be tremendously helpful for disabled individuals concerned about covering the daily costs of their lives. Disabled individuals may have many questions about these important benefits, how they work and how to obtain them. Social Security disability is a federally funded program that is administered by the Social Security Administration. It is a program that workers pay into.

Understanding the impact of life changes on disability benefits

Many disabled individuals receiving Social Security disability or SSD benefits who understandably rely on those benefits to take care of their daily needs and living expenses may have important questions related to their ability to return to work and what will happen to their benefits if they become eligible for full Social Security retirement benefits. These are important concerns, and disabled individuals receiving SSD benefits should understand the implications of life changes on benefits.

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