The SSA recognizes Neurocognitive Disorders in its Blue Book. To qualify for disability a person must meet the requirements of the listing or prove they are unable to work.
Falls are the second leading cause of accidental death and injury. Preventing a fall may simply be a matter of modifying your routine and environment.
If you or someone you know participates in sports at any level a sports related disabling injury is always a possibility. Get help now.
An invisible disability is a mental, physical, or neurological condition that limits a person’s mobility, senses, or activities and is not obvious to other people.
The SSA recognizes brain tumors as impairments under two different listings. An applicant who meets the requirements will automatically qualify for disability benefits.
The SSA recognizes brain aneurysms as an impairment in their Blue Book and you may qualify for disability benefits if certain conditions are met. Get help today.