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 on: Today at 01:23:00 PM 
Started by Atticus - Last post by Atticus
Buy a pair of goggles to protect yourself when doing things like tree trimming.

I learned my lesson know. I have some palm trees called pygmy palms. The fronds can deliver quite a wallop, and they have thorns. I do wear gloves, but i have to find some gloves that go all the way up to the foreman. These palms have thorns! At least i have been out in the fresh air, and in the beautiful sunlight.

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 on: Today at 12:19:15 PM 
Started by brijames - Last post by brijames
SSI has income and asset tests, it is essentially a form of welfare.  You could open an ABLE account for him if the issue is savings.

SSDI is based on his own work record.  It's possible to work part time and gain enough credits to receive a modest benefit.  Or, he could qualify on either of his parents work records which are Disabled Adult Child benefits, but the parent would need to be currently receiving benefits, SS retirement or SSDI or have passed away. 

He does have the required 6 work credits for someone under 24 who becomes disabled. Will SSA automatically check to see if he qualifies for SSDI if he fails to qualify for SSI or do I have to reapply for SSDI?

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 on: Today at 12:13:46 PM 
Started by brijames - Last post by Lit Love
SSI has income and asset tests, it is essentially a form of welfare.  You could open an ABLE account for him if the issue is savings.

SSDI is based on his own work record.  It's possible to work part time and gain enough credits to receive a modest benefit.  Or, he could qualify on either of his parents work records which are Disabled Adult Child benefits, but the parent would need to be currently receiving benefits, SS retirement or SSDI or have passed away. 

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 on: Today at 12:10:39 PM 
Started by jamess1970 - Last post by jamess1970
Anybody have this happen?

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 on: Today at 12:04:23 PM 
Started by Atticus - Last post by Lit Love
Buy a pair of goggles to protect yourself when doing things like tree trimming.

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 on: Today at 11:54:30 AM 
Started by Atticus - Last post by Atticus
Never mind about the cataracts. My regular doc said i have cataracts, then i went to my eye specialist, and he says i don't. I have something stuck in my eye. he took a little bit out with a needle, and i am going back on Tuesday so  he can check it out.

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 on: Today at 11:45:53 AM 
Started by AnxietyMess - Last post by lynnet
Received another ticket to work packet today. I get one of these every other month. I think they are desperately trying to get me to attempt work again. SSA loves wasting paper

At 29, it's a waste of paper?  

Age has no barring on the severity of the disability. I became disabled before age 22, I am more "disabled" than my 79 y/o grandmother.


That's why DAC is so great, and the new ABLE accounts!!   But, hopefully for many , therapy, new meds, healthy life style, supportive friends, family, environment will allow for positive changes in the future.  Many of us will be disabled till death, but hope remains alive!

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 on: Today at 11:43:40 AM 
Started by AnxietyMess - Last post by lynnet
Received another ticket to work packet today. I get one of these every other month. I think they are desperately trying to get me to attempt work again. SSA loves wasting paper

At 29, it's a waste of paper?  

Age has no barring on the severity of the disability. I became disabled before age 22, I am more "disabled" than my 79 y/o grandmother.




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 on: Today at 11:37:29 AM 
Started by AnxietyMess - Last post by lynnet
Received another ticket to work packet today. I get one of these every other month. I think they are desperately trying to get me to attempt work again. SSA loves wasting paper

At 29, it's a waste of paper? 

Age has no barring on the severity of the disability. I became disabled before age 22, I am more "disabled" than my 79 y/o grandmother.

And hopefully, therapy, new meds, healthy life stye, supportive friends, family, environment will allow for positive changes in the future.  Many of us wil be disabled till death, but hope remains alive!

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 on: Today at 11:17:45 AM 
Started by AnxietyMess - Last post by Butterflykisses
Received another ticket to work packet today. I get one of these every other month. I think they are desperately trying to get me to attempt work again. SSA loves wasting paper

At 29, it's a waste of paper? 

Age has no barring on the severity of the disability. I became disabled before age 22, I am more "disabled" than my 79 y/o grandmother.

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