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When a youth has received Social Security benefits as a child they will receive notice on or around their 18th birthday to go through redetermination where they must meet the SSA's adult definition of a disability. To continue with benefits they must prove to SSA that they have a disabling condition that prevents them from earning Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) and that disabling condition is expected to last a minimum ...View full idea »
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