Social Security Disability for Children and Adults May Be Subject to Longer Waiting Times

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Social Security Disability for Children and Adults May Be Subject to Longer Waiting Times

If there is one thing that’s certain about social security disability for children and adults, it would definitely be the long waiting time. The average waiting time for a decision to be made regarding a child’s social security claim used to be three to five months or more. There is reason to believe that the […]

Budget Cuts Target Social Security Disability for Children and Adults

Trump’s Budget Cuts Proposal Hits Social Security Disability for Children and Adults

The Trump administration has recently unveiled a budget plan aimed at easing the country’s deficits and increasing defense funding. The plan contains budgets for several government assistance programs such as social insurance, social security, Medicare, Medicaid and food stamps. Pete Ash Pete is the Vice President of Sales & Client Services at DECO Recovery Management. […]

Privatization and Social Security Disability for Children Are Linked

A Look at the Facts on Social Security Disability for Children and Privatization

Whether you believe in privatization of social security or not, the fact remains that it would cause significant changes within the revenue cycle management industry. The general public don’t hold out much hope when it comes to receiving benefits from the program. In fact, only 37% of those questioned believe somewhat that the social security […]

Better Social Security Disability for Children Can Transform Society

A Host of Reforms to Social Security Disability for Children Can Improve the Lives of All Involved

Despite the number of children in need of healthcare assistance, social security disability and other public programs remain a minor topic. According to statistics, around 11.2 million children have special healthcare needs. That’s 15% of the child population in the country, with 73% of that percentile coming from either low or middle income families. Pete […]

Easing the Strain of Filing Social Security Disability for Children

Crucial Reforms Suggested for Social Security Disability for Children and Others

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) maintains the goal of helping individuals with disabilities and impairments. Giving financial support so they can have medical attention and other special needs eases a lot of burden not only on individuals but their families as well. Pete Ash Pete is the Vice President of Sales & Client Services at […]

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Steady Increase: Social Security Disability for Children Recipients

A recent study reveals that there has been a steady increase in the numbers of children beneficiaries for disability social security. The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program is the one responsible for extending financial assistance to disabled individuals who also have limited resources. Pete Ash Pete is the Vice President of Sales & Client Services […]

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Social Security Disability for Children Offers 3 Avenues for Parents

Every hospital should be committed to helping patients get the best service and treatment; they can do this by understanding all avenues wherein assistance is available. Social security disability for children is one these avenues. However, many parents don’t know how to acquire this for their children. Pete Ash Pete is the Vice President of […]

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Social Security Disability for Children Allows for Proper Healthcare

Treating patients is hard work, but even more so when dealing with disabled children. Whether congenital or acquired through injuries, a disability requires specialized care and closer medical attention than most other patient cases. Furthermore, while some disabilities can be rehabilitated over time, others–such as mental impairments–remain for life. Pete Ash Pete is the Vice […]

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Helping an Abused Child? Disability Social Security as Restitution

Every child is entitled to be raised in a loving and caring environment. Sadly, for some 750,000 children in the U.S. who are victims of abuse, the picture of a healthy childhood, without due intervention and restitution, is beyond reach. Child abuse chooses no status, religion or culture, and it’s inflicted in varying degrees. From […]

Save Social Security Disability Benefits

Social Security Disability Benefits: Reforms Might Stop Funding Crisis

President Obama’s proposed $4 trillion budget for the 2016 fiscal year has gained a lot of attention for the requested boost in defense and domestic program spending, but it also includes a proposal for saving the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) trust fund, which is projected to be depleted by 2016. If the SSDI fund […]