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TRANSITIONAL BENEFITS

When a Disabled Child Turns 18

If you have a disabled child who is turning 18 and has been receiving Supplemental Security Income benefits, you and your child are facing an important transition period. When a disabled child turns 18, they no longer qualify for Supplemental Security Income benefits under the same requirements as a child underage 18. Because of this change in eligibility requirements, the disabled child will need to be re-evaluated by the Social Security Administration to determine whether or not they will continue to qualify for benefits.

Transitioning from SSI for Children to SSI for Adults

If you have a disabled child who is turning 18 and has been receiving Supplemental Security Income benefits, you and your child are facing an important transition period. When a disabled child turns 18, they no longer qualify for Supplemental Security Income benefits under the same requirements as a child underage 18. Because of this change in eligibility requirements, the disabled child will need to be re-evaluated by the Social Security Administration to determine whether or not they will continue to qualify for benefits.

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If you have a child who is working on transitioning from child to adult benefits, we can help. Call our office today to schedule a free consultation.

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