curity Disability Insurance
Lambert M. SurhoneISBN: 978-6-1320-0291-4;
s condition does not improve. SSDI is a social insurance program, and benefits are only granted after a lengthy determination process, whereby the applicant must prove that they are disabled. SSDI is contrasted with Supplemental Security Income ("SSI"), a welfare, or needs-based program administered by the Social Security Administration for people who demonstrate financial and resource poverty, in addition to medical disability. Applicants for SSDI are often required to concurrently apply for SSI if they may qualify, and vice versa.
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