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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY (SSDI)
SSDI, or Social Security Disability Insurance, is a program that provides benefits in the form of money and medical care to people who have a history of working, but can no longer work full time due to medical impairments that have arisen or become worse over time. These impairments can be mental or physical or both.
SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI)
SSI, or Supplemental Security Insurance, is a benefit available to disabled persons without a work history. The process and decision making process is very similar to SSDI, but it is specifically for people who do not have a work history due to disability or for people who do have a work history, but earnings do not reach SGA levels.
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I went through this process alone, until the social security office scheduled me for a hearing in front of a judge. That worried me, so I called Mr. Heermans with only a month left until the hearing. He signed on, ordered medical records, sent them to the office, and prepared me for the hearing – quickly. After talking about it, the hearing was easy. I’m very glad I called, even at the last minute.