Supplemental Security Income (SSI): Understanding the Process
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal government assistance program designed to help low income people who are disabled, over the age of 65, or are blind, meet their basic living expenses. To be eligible, a person must be disabled and have little to no income or assets.
Disabled children, whose parents or guardians are low income, may also be entitled to assistance.
SSI is funded by general tax revenues and benefit amounts are not based on past work history or money paid into the system. People who are approved for SSI benefits will also qualify for Medicaid assistance.
Are You Eligible for SSI?
Eligibility for this program is largely dependent on whether or not an individual is considered disabled by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The applicant must be unable to participate in gainful employment due to a physical or mental impairment. The Social Security Administration determines whether an applicant is eligible for SSI benefits based on the following factors:
What Ailments Qualify as a Disability?
There is a long list of approvable ailments. Some common ones include:
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The caring and professional Disability Representatives at London Eligibility can make applying for benefits, or appealing decisions when necessary so much easier than trying to do it on your own.
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