Thursday, February 9, 2017

Neurological Criteria Updates for Disability Social Security You Should Know About

Neurological disorders are perhaps some of the most frightening illnesses because of their varying symptoms and ongoing debates about how to treat them correctly. Fortunately, social security disability is available for people suffering from disorders like chronic migraines, epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease. Yet, there is still confusion about eligibility for such benefits because Social Security has recently updated their listings for the first time in 30 years.

Updated Criteria

A lot of changes have been made to the criteria of neurological disorders. Disorganization of motor function, for example, can now be fulfilled by the inability to stand up from a seated position and the inability to use the upper extremities or maintain balance when walking.  Read more from this blog:

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