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October 2016 Archives

Appealing a disability-benefits denial online

For many New Jerseyans, Social Security disability benefits can be absolutely essential. So, when those benefits are denied, the result can be cataclysmic. It can mean the difference between having a measure of comfort and having to decide which necessities to go without. But individuals in New Jersey do not have to accept the denied claim; they have the options to appeal it. Nowadays, that appeal process can be initiated and even completed online.

Invisible disabilities are disabilities too

When New Jerseyans hear the word "disability," the first images that spring to mind usually involve a physical disability - images like a person in a wheelchair or without a hand or arm. But physical disabilities are not the only form of disability. Many New Jerseyans suffer from invisible disabilities, conditions that can limit a person without being readily observable to others, conditions like seizures, chronic pain and chronic fatigue.

Are non-citizens eligible for SSI?

Supplemental security income offers a safety net to those in need - people who are blind, disabled or of limited financial means. But how far does the protection of this Supplemental Security Income extend? Does a New Jersey resident also have to be a United States citizen to qualify? Or can non-citizens living in New Jersey likewise benefit from the program? To learn the answer, keep reading.

Intellectual disability

This blog often focuses on physical conditions that can qualify New Jersey residents to receive Social Security Disability benefits. But that does not mean physical conditions are the only basis for New Jerseyans to receive these Social Security Disability benefits disability benefits. Another option is an intellectual disability; an intelligence level that is substantially below average.

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