Disability rates among America's veterans are at an all-time high, thanks to improved survival rates, a weaker economy and improved awareness of a wider range of problems afflicting the veterans.
There are only so many rejections a person can take before they wonder: Is it even worth it to continue trying?
There has been some discussion recently about the legitimacy of applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) with a mental disorder. Individuals and organizations who would like to change the SSD system believe the addition of multiple mental disorders in the past decades proves that Social Security Disability requirements are becoming lenient.
June is Scleroderma Awareness Month, a month when groups across the country raise awareness of this potentially debilitating disease, also called systemic sclerosis. It is also a good time to discuss applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) if you have scleroderma.