... Thing is that SSI applicants who becomed approved can just as easily get dropped. Moreso then SSDI. ... (37 replies)
... I think it is easier for people getting SSI ,my friend got her benefits, start to finish within 3 months for bad knees, this was her only complaint,she said a CE doctor took xrays and that was what won her claim but she is 61 ,she has worked all off and on helping her brother clean houses that he buys ,fixes up and sells , one of my co-workers brought her mother over from... (37 replies)
... I was bitten by a brown recluse spider that caused me to never get over that and I have been in several accidents plus I had lyme disease that left me in pretty bad shape. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Dana!
I just listed these on my thread so it was easier to copy and paste them here. LOL I have arthritis in my spine, knees, and hips; chronic bilateral sacroiliitis; degenerative disk disease thruout my spine; chronic pain, stiffness and inflamation in my shoulders and wrists; scoliosis; fibromyalgia; Sjogren's Syndrome; mitral valve prolapse; migraines; GAD:... (18 replies)
... I'm just curious to kniow what everyone's Age and what you got SSI or SSD for. ... (18 replies)
... Hi Debbie
thanks for your reply - yes I have filed for disability in september.
There are NO programs from human services for medical in my case because I have no children at home anymore - you have to have children.
I have been documenting my pain and moods here now for the past 2-3 years, I did take them to the physc when I had my visit with him (cried almost the whole... (9 replies)
... Did you apply for SSI ? ... (9 replies)
My doctor gave me a referral to DVR. You could also call them and ask how you would get involved with their program. I was not receiving ANY benefits from anyone to get my vocational help.
Carmaanne :angel: (7 replies)
... You do not have to be receiving SSDI or SSI to receive benifits from DVR. ... (7 replies)