After You Are Approved for Disability Benefits

After you start receiving SSDI disability benefits or SSI disability benefits, your job is to report all changes in your medical condition and work status to Social Security. SSI recipients need to report changes in income, assets, and living situations as well.

Social Security performs continuing disability reviews every few years (sometimes more frequently, sometimes less), to determine if you are still not working and not able to work. Social Security does have several programs that allow you to test out returning to work to see if you can do it despite your limitations. Read on to learn more.  

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