Supplemental Security Income—SSI—the Other Disability Benefit
Learn about SSI disability for disabled children and disabled adults with limited income and assets. Find out where to get help with an SSI claim or appeal.
The Disability Advisor on SSI
Welcome! You have arrived at the seventh of DisabilityAdvisor.com’s seven Social Security Disability-related topics, Supplemental Security Income—SSI—the Other Disability Benefit.
The Disability Advisor website offers at-your-finger-tips answers to the most frequently asked questions about Social Security Disability and SSI. For example, in this section you can browse the twenty-eight articles for plain-language answers to the most frequently asked questions about SSI Disability. These articles address:
- What is Supplemental Security Income?
- The differences between SSI and SSDI, also known as SSD.
- How to apply for SSI Disability.
- How to expedite processing while your application is being processed when you are urgently ill.
- SSI Disability for autistic children.
- SSI Appeals.
- How SSI payments are calculated.
- Residency and non-citizen eligibility requirements.
- How your income relates to your SSI claim.
- Which of my assets are applied towards SSI limits?
- How your living arrangements affect your SSI claim.
- When you can get both Social Security Disability and SSI Disability.
- Working on SSI.
- Other help available to SSI recipients.
Act Now to Get Help with Your Claim or Appeal
An experienced Social Security Disability attorney can help you with your Social Security Disability claim or appeal with no advance out-of-pocket cost to you for legal fees. This means you pay attorney fees only if your claim is approved. Then, attorney fees are subject to the standard limit set by the Social Security Administration and are deducted from your Social Security Disability back pay. All very convenient and risk free.