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Compassionate allowances and other ways to qualify for SSD

There are different ways that a disabling medical condition may be established to satisfy the Social Security disability (SSD) requirements to qualify for SSD benefits. Because disabled applicants can sometimes face challenges associated with the application process for Social Security disability benefits, it is helpful to be familiar with the options available.

How to qualify for Social Security disability benefits

Some disabled individuals may be unaware that they may qualify for disability benefits which is why it is important to know the eligibility requirements for Social Security disability (SSD). Social Security disability benefits can be vitally important to disabled individuals and their families struggling to make ends meet while they are unable to work and suffering from a disabling medical condition.

Compassionate allowance and early onset Alzheimer's

Receiving a diagnosis of a serious illness is life altering. One is not only shocked by this event, but they are also battling with the disease itself. When the condition is severe, impacting a person's life on various levels, it is vital to take the time to understand what options there are. The Social Security Administration has various programs to help those living with disabling condition, assisting with financial support while individuals in Colorado and elsewhere are unable to work because of the disease they are living with.

How can workers' compensation benefits help me?

Workers' compensation disability benefits are vital benefits for injured workers and their families to understand. Though most workers may have heard of them, they may not be very familiar with them and may have a number of important questions about them.

What should I know about a Social Security disability review?

For Colorado residents who are ill, injured or suffer from a condition that leaves them unable to work, Social Security disability is available to provide various benefits to help them. Once the person is found to be disabled and they get benefits, it is important to remember that the Social Security Administration will, at certain intervals, review the medical condition to determine if the person should continue getting benefits. Understanding the factors that are considered when there is a review and how it affects the person is key.

Helping you recover the SSD benefits you need

Living with a disability is anything but easy. Sure, individuals are able to adapt their lives to the situation, but the added challenges can make it hard to do normal things, work or even care for oneself. Thus, it is common for these individuals to consider options to aid them through these difficulties. The Social Security administration has designed programs for just this situation. By applying for Social Security disability benefits, individuals living with a disability caused by an illness or injury can get the financial assistance they need to get by.