5 More Social Security Disability Resources

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Amazing Resources For People on Social Security Disability and Their Caretakers: Part 2

There is no such thing as too much support for Social Security Disability Insurance recipients and their valued caregivers. From FAQs and blogs to YouTube videos, everything helps. Take some time to browse the useful resources highlighted below—you’ll be glad you did!

  1. Social Security Disability: Frequently Asked Questions

The official FAQ page of the Social Security Administration answers common questions about retirement benefits, returning to work, Compassionate Allowances, and more.

  1. The Faces and Facts of Social Security

The SSA maintains a blog, which provides a wealth of information on the everyday applications of the disability system. The articles contained therein cover everything from the pioneers of Social Security to the role of mental health in disability claims.

  1. A Day in the Life of a Caregiver

Do you feel as if your efforts as a caregiver are rarely recognized? Watch this YouTube video from AARP, and share it via social media to let your loved ones in on your caregiving struggles and triumphs. The video truly captures what it’s like to take care of a disabled individual.

  1. Kalispell’s SSDI YouTube Videos

YouTube user Kalispell has ample experience with the SSDI program. Her channel details not only the complications of applying for SSDI, but also life after approval, including why she continues to work, and how she coordinates her schedule to make the most of her benefits.

  1. How to Live on Disability Even If You Are Broke

SSDI benefits are typically quite modest; many claimants receive less than $1,000 per month. This detailed article from Confined to Success offers excellent insight into budgeting for SSDI recipients. You’ll learn how to stretch each dollar further and pursue greater financial security.

Get the inside scoop on SSDI — reach out to Smith, Wallis and Scott, LLP today.


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