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Can I Get Disability Benefits for PTSD?
Can I Get Disability Benefits for PTSD?

What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? It is a mental disorder that a person develops after he or she has directly experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. PTSD does not only affect military veterans, but it can also affect all kinds of people of different ages. A ...

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Blog posts in Social Security Disability

  • Can Disabled Children Get SSD Benefits?

    If you have a disabled child , you may be wondering if he or she can receive Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. If your child is disabled and ...

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  • SSDI for Kidney Transplants

    The human body has two kidneys; each one is located on opposite sides of the spine below the rib cage. These bean-shaped organs are about the size of ...

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  • SSD: Who Decides if You're Disabled?

    If you were recently disabled and the condition is so severe that you are not able to work and earn a living, you may want to consider applying for ...

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  • SSDI for Disabled Widows & Widowers

    Has something happened to your husband or wife, something that caused them to pass away? If so, as a disabled widow or widower or surviving divorced ...

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  • SSDI Application: Document Checklist

    If you have become disabled because of an accident, a disease, or an illness and the condition is expected to last at least one year or result in ...

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  • Social Security Disability for Depression

    With some cases of depression, the mood disorder can be so disruptive that most aspects of the person’s everyday life are deeply affected. Someone ...

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  • SSD for Wounded Warriors

    When people join the Armed Forces, they’re told they’re serving with honor and living with purpose, and that is true. There are many benefits to ...

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  • SSDI & Diabetes

    The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases defines diabetes as “a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called ...

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  • SSDI: What is Substantial Gainful Activity?

    Just about everybody needs to work, they have no choice. If they didn’t work for a living, they’d lose their home. They wouldn’t be able to keep the ...

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