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Are you eligible for benefits?

If you've never suffered a disability rendering you unable to work, you might be surprised to learn just how complicated the system can be now that you have a legitimate need to request benefits. The Social Security Administration oversees two of the federal government's largest programs aimed at providing financial assistance to those with disabilities. No matter which program in which you're enrolled, however, there are certain eligibility requirements you must meet before you can get the financial help you need.

take my word for it. no, really.

When I meet with a new client in my office, I always send them home with a blank calendar. I ask them to keep track of all of their medical appointments and as time passes to keep me updated by mailing in their completed calendars. Additionally, for most clients, I ask that they use their calendars to track their most extreme symptoms, and to share this information with their doctors at every visit.  I tell them, "These calendars could be very important to your case, take my word for it!"

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