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SSDI: Guidelines For Applying For Benefits

Complete A Set Of Worksheets

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Complete the Social Security "Medical and Job Worksheet -- Adult"

If there is any question about your ability to work, also complete a Daily Activities Worksheet and a Work Worksheet. For example, if you are a 63 year old construction worker and have lost a leg, the Social Security Worksheet is sufficient. On the other hand, if you look healthy, but aren't complete the Worksheets.

When you complete these Worksheets, be specific instead of general in your answers.

The Social Security Representative will likely complete the same forms in the computer instead of using your worksheets. However, by doing the work ahead of time you will have your thoughts in order. It will also help you think about how to answer each of the questions in the manner most likely to achieve your goal.

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