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A child of up to 18 years old may receive Supplemental Security Income child benefits if they are found disabled by Social Security and the parents’ income and resources are low enough.
In this helpful and informative guide, disability attorney Loyd J. Bourgeois explains the process and answers many questions including:
- What is the three-step process used by the Social Security Administration to determine if a child is disabled for SSI?
- How many impairments must a child have to qualify for SSI?
- What are the six domains for a child to functionally equal a listed impairment?
- What are marked and extreme limitations?
- How does Social Security define a marked limitation in each of the 6 domains?
- How does Social Security define an extreme limitation in each of the 6 domains?