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9 Myths and Facts about Disability

9 Myths and Facts about Disability

There are many myths and misconceptions about living with a disability. This misinformation can be hurtful and damaging to people with a disability. That is why it’s important to stay informed and up to date on the myths and facts about disability so unfounded prejudices don’t form, and so disabled individuals are treated with more …

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What’s New with Social Security in 2020?

What’s New with Social Security in 2020?

The new year is around the corner, and with it comes some much-anticipated news about social security benefits. Social Security Disability Advocates USA is here with everything you need to know about the upcoming year’s social security adjustments. 2020 Social Security Adjustments The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that the 2020 Cost of Living …

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5 Critical SSDI Facts Everyone Needs to Know

5 Critical SSDI Facts Everyone Needs to Know

If you’re collecting social security disability benefits, you know just how complicated and complex it can be to navigate the application and acceptance processes. Unfortunately, there are still many misconceptions and hidden truths about social security. Social Security Disability Advocates USA wants you to be well informed about your benefits. So, here is a list …

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How the New Public Charge Rules Affect Your Social Security

How the New Public Charge Rules Affect Your Social Security

The Department of Homeland Security recently announced changes to its public charge rules that could affect many people seeking entry into the United States. Some may worry that their social security benefits could be affected when the new changes take place. Social Security Disability Advocates USA is here to set the record straight. The Public …

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Hallucinations and Social Security—Causes, Effects, and Disability

Hallucinations and Social Security—Causes, Effects, and Disability

Hallucinations can be frightening to deal with. Some hallucinations are neutral or positive, while others can be malicious and malevolent. No matter the type, all hallucinations should be addressed in an appropriate manner. But many people don’t report that they’re experiencing hallucinations for fear of being seen as crazy.  There’s no shame in admitting that …

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