Social Security Disability Review
Once a person has qualified for Social Security Disability, the Social Security Administration reviews the case every couple years. The reviewer looks to see if the condition has improved or could enter the workforce once again. They review the surveys completed by yourself and medical service providers. Sometimes they might schedule you for an appointment at a near by office. How could you prepare for such a meeting and what would be useful? An idea is to compile a binder or a notebook related to your disability and treatments received.
* Hospitalization records for your disability. Including the dates, hospital facility, primary doctor, and the reason for entering the hospital.
* Disability log, journal, notes, or diary utilized for the doctor appointments.
* Medical specialists you see for your diagnosis.
* Psychologists and psychiatrists treating you with counseling. Dates included (time span).
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