The Social Security Administration, in determining whether a Claimant qualifies for SSDI benefits under the COPD listing, uses a spirometry test. ADA recommends Claimants who suffer from COPD or its similar ailments get annual or semi-annual spirometry testing.
While it is true that you do not have to wait until 65 any longer, it is important to know the pros and cons of electing early benefits.
Getting Social Security benefits for a child is difficult but not impossible and could help greatly in the child’s care and well-being. Let’s take a look at what the government looks for in these unique cases.