Table of Contents
- 1 How do I pass a Social Security disability review?
- 2 What does Social Security disability look for?
- 3 What conditions are automatically approved for disability?
- 4 What are the medical conditions that qualify for quick determination of disability?
- 5 How long does it take disability determination to make a decision?
How do I pass a Social Security disability review?
If you want to keep yours, here are some tips on how to pass a continuing disability review:
- Follow Your Treatment Protocol.
- Learn More About Your Condition.
- Answer the Short Form Honestly.
- Keep Copies of Your Medical Records.
- Inform the SSA of Any Change in Address.
What does Social Security disability look for?
We consider your medical conditions, age, education, past work experience, and any transferable skills you may have. If you can’t do other work, we’ll decide you are disabled. If you can do other work, we’ll decide that you don’t have a qualifying disability and your claim will be denied.
What questions does Social Security disability ask?
They may ask questions such as marital status, number of children, who you live with in your home and any history of military service. The SSA may also request the social security numbers of these immediate family members, in addition to their contact information in case they can’t reach you.
What conditions are automatically approved for disability?
Some of the conditions that may automatically qualify the policyholder for social security disability benefits include:
- Mood disorders.
- Autism or Asperger’s syndrome.
What are the medical conditions that qualify for quick determination of disability?
If you are an SSI applicant with one of about 15 severe physical or intellectual impairments — among them amputation, Down syndrome, total blindness or deafness, and HIV/AIDS — Social Security may find you have a “presumptive disability.” This qualifies you for up to six months of benefits while your claim wends its …
What is step 4 of Social Security disability?
Specifically, under step 4, SSA first assesses a claimant’s residual functional capacity (RFC) – his or her remaining ability to perform mental and physical work activities despite all impairments. SSA then determines if the claimant has the required RFC to perform PRW.
How long does it take disability determination to make a decision?
about 3 to 5 months
Generally, it takes about 3 to 5 months to get a decision. However, the exact time depends on how long it takes to get your medical records and any other evidence needed to make a decision. * How does Social Security make the decision? We send your application to a state agency that makes disability decisions.