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This interview concerns Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and necessary steps to get benefits because of a mental disability.
Unmasking The Mystery Of Mental Illness For Social Security, as a masterful self-
As discussed, the heady process is compounded by legalese, medical and psychological jargon. Add SSDI’s and SSI’s own complex rules and regulations based upon the federal government’s Social Security Act. Although an entitled safety net, many people still think the programs exclude them and wrongly consider provisions only for retirement They just don’t know. So, the case for mental impairments and disabilities eludes them–and children on their own rights.
Before signing off and while I have you on the horn, this is as good a time to mention the national network of Mental Disability Psychologists (MdP), providers of medical proof in written reports–background, diagnosis, prognosis–for individuals, adults and children, in need of evidentiary support. MdP’s administer psychological tests for validation of signs and symptoms, especially for applicants and claimants.
“I have long seen the need for a self-
Urban Market Developers (UMD), the publisher, delights in having produced such a
well anticipated tome of over 1,000 researched and jam-
From here in Philadelphia, the 5th largest city in America and the cradle of our nation, just off the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Napoleon N. Vaughn, a psychologist, while a Senior Fellow in the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, shares more than 30 years of professional experience doing hundreds of applicants’ evaluations, adults and children, for Social Security. He is also a Senior Disability Analyst.
This penetrating interview provides a quick picture of the psychologist and two of
the Social Security Administration’s programs. The subject is brought down front
with hands on how-
Valeria V. Berry
Vice President, UMD