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What Do The Medical-Vocational Guidelines Mean By Sedentary WorK?
What Do The Medical-Vocational Guidelines Mean By Sedentary WorK?

The Medical-Vocational Guidelines used by the Social Security Administration is a grid that will determine whether a finding of disabled or not disabled based upon the age, education, and work history at the "maximum sustained work capability" that relates to the exertional ...

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Blog posts in Residual Functional Capacity

  • What Are Exertional And Nonexertional Impairments?

    The SSA defines exertional limitations as those restrictions that will affect an individual's capacity to the meet the seven strength demands of jobs. ...

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  • Residual Functional Capacity Assessment

    In order for an Administrative Law Judge to fully evaluate a person's residual functional capacity, there must be a susbstantial amount of evidence ...

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  • Does The SSA Consider My Ability To Work Part-Time Jobs?

    As we noted yesterday, the SSA defines RFC as the maximum amount of work that a person can do for 40 hours a week. Thus, the SSA does not consider a ...

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  • Digestive System Impairments: How Will The SSA Evaluate My Response To Treatment?

    The SSA provides a lot of explanation concerning its evaluation of a claimant's response to treatment. As we noted in the last blog entry, that the ...

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