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Can I work and still maintain my SSDI eligibility?

Social Security insurance disability benefits provide monthly income for individuals who are considered disabled and therefore unable to work due to an injury or illness. In some cases, workers who suffered a debilitating injury or medical condition may eventually attempt to return to the workforce. However, these individuals often have concerns about whether or not they are physically or mentally capable of doing so. Many also fear that their SSDI benefits will automatically stop once they return to work.

Willing but unable to work, millions rely on SSD & SSI benefits

An individual's ability to take in and process information, think clearly, reason and make rational decisions are critical to not only succeed in one's personal life, but also professionally. For millions of Americans living with a mental disorder, disruptive symptoms often interfere with their ability to be one time, process information, pay attention to details and make decisions; thereby making it extremely difficult to both find and keep a job.

Economic assistance often vital for individuals diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's

Prior to vaccines and widespread public health initiatives, people in the U.S. frequently died at a young age from infections and illnesses that are today treatable or eradicated. As a result, many of the modern medical conditions that develop later in life are relatively new to medical researchers. One of the most prevalent and mysterious of these disorders is Alzheimer's disease.

Barring congressional action, Social Security disability will be insolvent by 2017

The quintessential American dream is heavily reliant upon an individual's ability to work and earn an income. Through the acquisition of a job, Americans are told they can move up the ladder and continue to earn, afford and spend more. What happens, however, when an individual in America isn't able to work?

Acceptance of PTSD prompts more military personnel and veterans to seek treatment

While the horrors of war and combat are frequently written about, few civilians can truly understand how events participated in and witnessed during war can adversely impact one's life. Active military service members and veterans frequently suffer physically and mentally as a direct result of combat.

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