Childhood Disabilities

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Disability Benefits for Childhood Disabilities

Plus additional resources on getting disability benefits for Childhood Disabilities

Disabled Adult Child Disability Claim

What is a Disabled Adult Child (DAC) Claim? A Disabled Adult Child (DAC) claim is defined by the Social Security Administration as a benefit program for adults who have a disability that began before they…

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Child SSI Claims

Children and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Claims Like with adults who apply for Social Security benefits, the Social Security Administration has strict rules for finding a child disabled. The child must have a physical or…

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What Are Family Benefits?

Understanding Social Security Disability Benefits and Family Eligibility After being awarded Social Security disability benefits, your family members may also qualify for payments, including your children and spouse. However, it’s important to note that these…

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Autism

Autism is a very complex disorder on a very broad spectrum and is characterized by a vast range of conditions. Children and adults can qualify for disability benefits.

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Child SSI Claims

Children and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Claims Like with adults who apply for Social Security benefits, the Social Security Administration has strict rules for finding a child disabled. The child must have a physical or…

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What Social Security lists for Childhood Disabilities

Disability Benefits for children are evaluated by the SSA using a separate listing of medical conditions with separate requirements. These can be found in the Childhood Listings, which is Part B of the Disability Evaluation Under Social Security.