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Finally approved for SSD

Dale002DDale002 Posts: 16
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:34 AM in Health Insurance Issues
Finaly got approved! After two denial,they finaly found me disabled. Thank God!
As Faith said crying and smiling all at once. Mostly crying as it has been a long journey. Seems so final but,I now know what I need to do. Which is to accept and learn how to deal with my limitations.May have relocate as the humidity in Florida kills me
It seems that I will be review every three years or so.
Does anyone know what's involve with that.


  • Congrats to you! I recently got my approval also and I know the mixed feelings your going through.
    Mine is also going to be reviewed in 3 years. From what I have learned is that they want to see if your condition has improved or if it is unchanged. So you need to continue to get medical treatment for your conditions and make sure everything is well documented. I'm sure others on here can give you more info. since I'm new to this SSDI thing. But just wanted to say congrats now that is one less thing to stress about.
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