Your Disability and Your Job - SocialSecurityDisability.tv
Published: 2011-04-21 : (Rev. 2016-03-29)
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Your Disability and Your Job will inform the public as to how specific disabling conditions prevent or allow people with disabilities from performing certain job activities.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv is unveiling its "Your Disability and Your Job" pages, which will help readers understand which jobs can and can not be performed with specific disabling conditions.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv, a leading provider of disability information, articles and resources, has announced that they will be unveiling their "Your Disability and Your Job" pages, which will inform the public as to how specific disabling conditions prevent or allow an individual from performing certain job activities.
Not all disabilities are created equal, and some of the disability applicants who apply for Social Security Disability benefits are denied due to the fact that even though the applicant can no longer perform the type of work they have done in the past, they are still able to perform some type of work activity in the national economy. The problem is, most applicants do not understand which jobs can be performed with specific disabling conditions. SocialSecurityDisability.tv has taken measures to address this fact and have introduced the "Your Disability and Your Job" website pages.
"There are so many factors that go into the approval or denial of a Social Security Disability claim," said John Dowling, Senior Editor of SocialSecurityDisability.tv. "The severity of the disability itself is not the only issue. The SSA also reviews residual functional work capacity, which essentially means that they want to see if you can perform any type of work at all when suffering from a specific disability."
The "Your Disability and Your Job" pages will help Social Security Disability applicants understand exactly how their specific disability affects which jobs they can and can not perform. This information will shed light on an applicant's chances of being awarded disability benefits during the initial stage of the application process and will help them understand what jobs they may be able to perform in spite of their disabling condition.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv is known for their dedication to providing the public with relevant, helpful and accurate advice about the disability application and appeal processes. The SocialSecurityDisability.tv website has published hundreds of informative articles and provides the resources and information that the public needs in order to win their disability case and understand the Social Security Disability program. The organization's efforts to educate the public have been recognized by a number of organizations, including the Better Business Bureau.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv does not charge for the information that they provide to the public. The "Your Disability and Your Job" pages will also be offered without charge to those who are in need of SocialSecurityDisability.tv and will be made available on the Social Security help website twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
"All disabling conditions must be handled differently. A person suffering from a back injury may not be able to perform warehouse work, but they might be able to work as a data entry specialist if the condition doesn't prevent them from sitting for long periods of time. However, not all back injuries allow an applicant to sit for eight hours straight and it isn't always feasible to retrain a disability applicant. In some cases, the disabling condition prevent them from performing any type of work activity at all. These pages are intended to help the public understand exactly what jobs a person with a specific disability can and can not do so there will be no surprises during the Social Security Disability claim process," said Dowling.
When an applicant understands that the SSA may assume that there are other jobs that can be performed in spite of their disability, they can take measures to address why those occupations would not be feasible for their specific situation and they can address those issues during their disability claim.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv is dedicated to providing the public with free access to the information and resources they need to make the process of obtaining disability benefits easier and less stressful. The organization provides professionally-written articles and an online library of other informative resources for disability applicants and recipients. The website also provides access to disability experts who offer advice and support to the individuals who are in need of Social Security Disability benefits.
SocialSecurityDisability.tv provides information for individuals who are hoping to receive Social Security disability benefits and to those who have been denied after filing an initial disability claim. We offer information to individuals who are suffering from disabilities and advise them on how to apply for and obtain the Social Security Disability benefits they need from the Social Security Administration.
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