You can’t get disability compensation until you’ve been disabled for five months.
You may continue to get benefits as long as you are unable to work.
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Most Americans receive Supplementary Security Income (SSI) once they reach retirement age. It is intended for people who have little or no retirement savings.
Anyone who applies for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is eligible if they meet certain criteria. More information can be found here.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) will require proof of your condition before you can apply for payments. The impairment must also meet their requirements.
If you want to file a claim, you must have been incapacitated for at least five months. There is an exception for those with ALS, who can begin right away.
To be eligible for the benefit, you may have to jump through some hoops. If your handicap continues, you will not be removed from the program.
What is the duration of the payments?
You can continue to receive the benefit as long as your impairment prohibits you from working. The Social Security Administration conducts periodic case reviews to ensure that you continue to qualify.
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Your disability payments will terminate and you will be labeled as unemployed if you are declared capable of working.
You should contact the Social Security Administration if:
- your capacity to work shifts
- you go back to work
- your health situation improves
If you don’t notify the SSA about any of these changes, it could be considered fraud.