How to Apply for SSD

Difference in SSI & SSDI

Why Was I Denied SSD

How Long Do I Have to Be Off Work

Should I Appeal or Give Up

They Say I Can Do Other Work

Factors that Determine SSD Disability

Denied Even Though MD Says I Am Disabled

Inability to Perform Past Jobs

My Appeal Deadline Has Expired

Receiving SSD and SSI

Top 10 SSD Questions

Central PA Office

4076 Market Street
Suite 209

Camp Hill, PA 17011

(717) 975-0500


Western PA Office

1149 Municipal Drive
PO Box 663

Duncansville, PA 16635

(814) 693-0500


Franklin County

(717) 709-0500


(888) 249-9660 (toll free)

(814) 693-0501 (fax)

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SSI is the abbreviation for Supplemental Security Income.  Children under 18 years of age can receive this type of benefit based on disability or blindness if:

SSDI is the abbreviation for Social Security Disability Income.  An adult child (age 18 or above) can receive this type of benefits based on disability or blindness if:

Under both of the above programs, the child must not be doing any "substantial" work, and must have a medical condition that has lasted or is expected either to last for at least 12 months or to result in death. 

A premature or low birth weight infant can be eligible for SSI based solely on their weight or based on their disability. See the Social Security Administration's Low Birth Weight Chart to see if your infant is eligible.

So call or email Lisa today to schedule your Social Security Disability appointment with Shawn or fill out the email form below. Or, if you prefer, you may click the red appointment widget to the right to schedule your own appointment.