SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE BENEFITS: is for Disabled Workers and Qualified Family Members. Since 1956, the Social Security Administration thought the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) has been helping individuals who have worked and paid into the system at least five years from the date of filing an application, whose physical or mental disabilities are so severe that they can no longer do substantial work. The inability to work, along with disability-related expenses, can make meeting basic financial needs nearly impossible. Family benefits are payable to qualified minor children of disabled workers. Because most disabled workers are unable to work and provide financial care for their children, the Social Security Administration can pay minor qualifying children benefits until the minor turns 18 years old or is in school whichever comes later. INSURANCE: Medicare health benefits come in exactly after 24 months of receiving benefits. The qualified family members do get the Medicare Insurance only the disabled worker.
SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME BENEFITS: is for Disabled Children and Adults with Low Income and Limited Resources. SIGNED INTO LAW: by President Nixon in 1972, Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The SSI program gives seniors and disabled children and adults with disabilities a supplement check to help with household expenses and keeping a roof over their heads, food on the table, and pay for needed, often life-sustaining medications. INSURANCE: Medicaid is extended in the State of Texas immediately after receiving SSI benefits and can cover unpaid medical bills up to three months of retroactive application date.
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