The biggest challenge in getting SS Disability benefits for a fall is the disability must last 12 months or longer and prevent you from working.
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.
It is difficult to qualify for SS disability if you suffer with migraines, but not impossible. Symptoms must be shown equal to the severity of another listed impairment
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 Social Security Administration has specific language and conditions related to qualifying for benefits while experiencing symptoms of meningitis.