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Posted in: Conditions/Illness on August 12th, 2011

disability improvingMany people who have been determined disabled eventually start seeing improvements in their health.  The fact of the matter is that not all disabilities are permanent – people who suffer from diabetes have been known to get better, and those who have debilitating heart conditions can see their health improve if they take the right steps and have the right care.

This is the reason why the Continuing Disability Reviews exist – they monitor the progression of an individual’s health and then determine whether or not they are still eligible for benefits.  The measuring stick for determining eligibility during the Continuing Disability Review is the improvement of the condition.  The rules determining who is disabled or not are always changing, but even if you received disability benefits for a condition that is no longer on the disability list, you will continue to get benefits so long as your condition does not improve.

What If My Condition Improves?

In the event that the Social Security Administration judges that your health has improved, your case will then be reviewed to see if your current health situation still meets up with the disability requirements.  In the event that it does, you will continue to receive benefits, but note will be made that your condition has shown some improvement.  If, on the other hand, your condition has gotten better and the Social Security Administration believes that you are fit for the work force again, your benefits will be at an end.

If you do get better, be sure to prepare to return to the work force. Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income are meant for those who cannot work – if you can, get out there and give it your best shot!

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