so I'm in my early 20s, disabled receiving SSDI based on retired parent's earnings record. Planning to get married someone who's not working, who's marrying me to help take care of me but will not have income for long time to come since it's someone from foreign country, not educated and no understanding of English. So if SSA takes away my only source of income then how are we both going to survive? Even if she might be able to work in the future, after long years of adjustment; point is what happens during our current years or even months for this matter??
Disabled Adult Child Benefits
My son has Rubenstein Taybi syndrome, which was diagnosed at birth. He is clearly disabled. We were able to get him job working for YouTube (actually the contractor for food service is Bon Appetite) as a helper in the cafeteria. He was their first disabled adult employee. He works 4 days a week, 4 hours a day. We have tried to keep his monthly income below $1130, and pain in a deformed ankle keeps him from working any longer than 16 hours a week.
My husband and I adopted our 3 grandchildren several years ago. I am on social security and so is my husband. He has continued to work because our youngest grandson has seizures and needs medication. He will soon be 18. My husband wants to quit his job but is unsure if our grandson will be able to get any health insurance that will pay for his medication.
I have been disabled since i was 21. I am now 46 and have been receiving benefits from my mothers disability for years. Recently i received a letter saying i needed to file on my deceased fathers social security.I filed and was told that i was qualified to receive benefits from him. Will i be able to continue to receive from both parents.
No, if you qualify for benefits on both of your parents' records, you can only be paid the higher of the 2 benefit rates.
My mentally ill disabled son, since age 19, receives the following from Social Security:
$442.00 SSDI, own record
$510.00 SSDI, father's (my) record
My wife was also receiving a retirement benefit of $1264 from my record, but she has just switched to her own record.
1. Will my son now automatically receive a higher SSDI, the 50% of my FRA benefit ($1264)?
2. Will this amount be in addition to his own $442 SSDI?
My boyfriend receives benefits as a disabled adult child under his fathers ssdi. He is 25 and can not work because of a heart and other conditions. He has never worked. Recently I found out I was pregnant. We were wondering how this would affect his ssdi and also if the child would receive it to.
I am currently 36 and receiving SSI. I was disabled before the age of 22, and plan to collect on his earnings record when he starts to collect social security. My mother will also be collecting on his record as his spouse. I don't know the exact amount I would get based on the family maximum. Will my starting monthly payment amount be the only amount I will ever receive? Or, will I be able to collect more in time with a survivor's benefit (one or both parents deceased)? What is the maximum percentage that I can ultimately receive? Thank you
Can an adult child who becomes disabled at 40 draw her living father's ss?
No. A person must become disabled prior to age 22 in order to potentially qualify for disabled adult child's benefits on a parent's record.
Hi I recieve DAC benefits on my deceased father's record. If my mother were to start collecting on her own record would my benefits increase? I was told yes and no. Most recently told that my benefits only increase if a sibling came off the record not a spouse.
Although the File and Suspend strategy has little application today, one time that it is useful is when you have an adult child with disabilities. My understanding is that there is a two-year waiting period to be eligible for Medicare. I've suspended benefits while waiting to reach age 70. When I do start receiving benefits, my child will be eligible for 50% of my benefit plus Medicare.