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What is Child Disability Report?

Definition of Child Disability Report

Disabled children who are disabled from birth or up to the age of 18 may qualify for Supplemental Security Income benefits. Children must be considered disabled and have a severe physical or mental health condition which is expected to last at least 12 months or result in the child's death. The condition must "seriously limit the child's activities". The child must also have very limited income and resources to qualify for Supplemental Security Income. Parents who are applying for SSI benefits for their child must make an appointment, either on the phone or in-person, to complete a child disability report or application. Attending the appointment and bringing all the necessary information can ensure the application and interview are completed in a timely manner. Information which will be needed to complete the child disability report includes the following:


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