Psychological Evaluation for Social Security Disability

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If you’re applying for Social Security disability based on a mental, psychological, or emotional condition, the Social Security Administration (SSA) will often schedule you for an independent psychological evaluation with a psychologist or other mental health professional. These evaluations, referred to as consultative examinations by SSA, are paid for by SSA and are especially common…

Medical Exam in Social Security Disability – What Should You Expect

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SSA disability claims for physical problems can be difficult to win without recent records. When their determinations are made by Social Security disability examiners for a medical exam, they prefer to have a twelve-month medical history that includes some kind of medical treatment records within ninety days of the application date. Disability examiners are not…

What Medical Conditions That Considered For Disability?

Medical Conditions

The Social Security Administration (SSA) awards Social Security Disability benefits depending on the kind of disabling medical conditions the claimant is suffering from. These are conditions that affect the ability to gain employment that is substantial of an individual. The SSA’s impairment listing manual also called the “Blue Book,” contains a listing of these conditions.…

Medicaid Disability and SSI: Knowing the Difference

Comparing Medicaid disability and SSI with each other is like comparing apples and oranges. Both are good to eat but they are essentially different. Medicaid Disability Medicaid Disability is a health insurance program that covers the beneficiary‚Äôs health expenses such as hospitalization, doctor’s fees, prescription medication, diagnostic and laboratory tests, as well as partial coverage…