18 or Older with a Disability Label?

Do you have a physical or mental condition that prevents you from working and earning a living?

At age 18, Social Security no lnger counts parents' income and resources when determining eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). If approved, you can receive up to $632/monthly in SSI and qualify for Medicaid, comprehensive health coverage.

To learn more about how you might qualify, Sue Denny, Social Security Administrator, will be holding workshop at Oak Hills High School at 3200 Ebenezer Road, Cincinnati Media Center.

This workshop is designed for parent who have a son or daughter 18-22 years old as of May 2009. During this session, you and your son or daughter will begin the SSI application process with SS representatives.

Seating is limited and advance reservations is strongly recommended by April 24, 2009. To register, contact Sue Denny at susan.denny@ssa.gov or (513) 357-5507

If you have general questions, contact Deborah Stroud, Work Study Coordinator at Oak Hills Schools at stroud_d@oakhills.hccanet.org or 513-922-2300.

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