Social Security disability assistance helps to relieve the financial burden that falls upon those whose conditions limit the extent to which they are able to support themselves. Yet such struggles are not limited to adults; a child’s disability can also present a number of financial challenges for their families.
If you live with a disability and receive Social Security Disability payments, you may wonder if you can also engage in paid work. The answer is yes, but know that if you do, you must make less than the substantial gainful activity threshold amount set by the Social Security Administration.
Hematology refers to the study of blood and is one of the angles the Social Security Administration considers when determining disability. These range from severe bone marrow failure to red blood cell disorders.
Chronic back pain is one of the most common causes of disability in the United States. The Health Policy Institute at Georgetown University estimates that Americans lose 83 million work days to back pain each year. If you struggle to do your job because of pain, stiffness and limited mobility, you may qualify for benefits through Social Security Disability Insurance.