SSI Mental Disability & Social Security Mental Disability
There are two main categories of disabilities that may qualify you for disability benefits: mental disabilities, and physical disabilities. This page will discuss the mental disability side of Social Security Disability and SSI benefits.
However, simply having a qualifying mental disability doesn’t necessarily mean that you will qualify for benefits. When the SSA looks at a case, they are more concerned with how that mental disability impacts your daily life than they are with what it is that you have.
If you believe you have a mental disability that would qualify, we can help you with the application process. If for some reason you are denied benefits, we can help you with the appeals process as well. According to Disabilitycanhappen.com In 2012, Mental disorders accounted for 7.7% of current disability claims. 27.9% of non-institutionalized persons aged 21 to 64 years with a cognitive disability, in the United States were receiving SSI benefits in 2011.
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We’ll work with you to get you the benefits you deserve!
If you would like to learn more about the specific qualifying mental disabilities, simply find your disability in the list below:
Author – Brad Myler