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Old 09-01-2006, 12:46 PM   #1
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Social Security Disability Coalition
The Social Security Disability Coalition offers information and support with a focus on reforming the Social Security Disability System.
http://groups.msn.com/SocialSecurityDisabilityCoalition

Social security disabilty resources - KnightsOfKindness
Social security and disability resources, laws, websites, organizations, Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Social Security and Disability | Paralysis Resource Center
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Benefits for People with Disabilities
The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the ... Social Security Disability Insurance pays benefits to you and certain ...
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Disability Benefits
This booklet provides basic information on Social Security disability benefits and is not ... This booklet is about the Social Security disability program. ...
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Social Security Disability - Frequently Asked Questions
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Social Security Disability: SSDI, SSI How to Apply And Appeal
Have a Social Security Disability Claim? Socialsecurityhome.com can help improve your chances of receiving benefits.
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Social Security and Disability Resource Center
A Website focusing on Social Security retirement, medicare, medicaid, and social security disability.
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:05 PM   #3
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Social Security Disability Blog - moderated by Jonathan Ginsberg.
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:40 PM   #4
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Old 02-03-2008, 05:22 AM   #5
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Benefits for People with Disabilities
The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the ... Social Security Disability Insurance pays benefits to you and certain ...
hi Jo55. Some people are just too ill to be able to handle social security matters to a standard that lets them get treated as they have a right to be treated.
Could you add this link to an advocacy site to help those people?
http://disability-advocate.com/
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Old 03-08-2010, 04:15 PM   #6
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Default Fillable Forms

When I applied for SSDI, I found the Social Security website frustrating to say the least. There was no way to search the Blue Book, and even though they had forms available for download in pdf format, the pdf did not contain fillable form fields.

I wanted to be able to really read through the Blue Book, with the ability to search it and make notes. Too many times a paragraph referenced a different section altogether, meaning a return to the table of contents, finding that section, then returning to the original location. I think they purposely make it as hard as possible.

So, to make it easier for myself, I converted the entire on-line Blue Book to one pdf document. This allowed me to search by keyword and even make comments (highlighting & text) directly in the pdf for later reference.

Then I created fillable fields for each of their forms. That way, I did a quick run-through in draft, saved it to my computer, and went back several times later to make changes without having to re-write an entire page by hand. Since I have trouble with my hands, this was a big help.

I think this is something others might find useful and want to share. I have posted all of the documents and forms here:

Fillable Social Security Forms

Since I was approved at the Initial Determination level, there are no forms for Appeals or anything else that follows. And, Im not sure what forms would be required. But, if you will let me know what forms are needed for that process, I will add the fillable fields and post them to the site as well.
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This site has a lot of information about the Social Security Disability Process. I includes a section with the application and all the spplemental forms needed to submit a thorough application. The Tips and Technique section has articles on Mistakes to Avoid, How to Submit a Second application if you are denied benfits and an article on the Adult Function Report. It does promote a book, Win Your Disbility Benefits Now which is a question-by-question guide on how to complete the application. It includes strategies and tactics to increase your chances of winning including how to write powerful answers. It's a site worth checking out. The address is www.SSDI-Help.com
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This update provides new information for 2010 for many items such as Social Security taxes and benefits. By law, some numbers change automatically each year to keep the program up to date with price and wage levels. Whether you are working or you are already getting Social Security benefits, these changes are important to you.

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PLEASE read all the info at this link if/when your CDR (Continuing Disability Review) form arrives. It explains how to deal with both the short and long forms.

http://nymakesworkpay.org/docs/Guide_CDR.pdf
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