How to file for disability, Filing for SSI
Disability Requirements, Disability Status
How long is the wait?, Disability Application
The Social Security List of Impairments
Qualifying for Disability, Mental Disability
Disability Lawyer Info, Disability Back Pay
Social Security Disability SSI List of Conditions and Impairments
Many medical conditions--physical, psychological, and psychiatric--are contained in the Social Security Administration's Blue Book listings, otherwise known as the publication, "Disability Evaluation under Social Security". When a condition is given a "listing", the listing will describe in detail the requirements for being awarded disability through the listing. However, it may surprise you to know that some of the most common conditions (Fibromyalgia, for example) do not actually have their own individual listings. At the end of this list, we provide information on how to get approved for disability if your condition is not actually addressed by the blue book, i.e. the list of impairments.
Physical and Mental Impairments
Additional information about listed and non-listed conditions:
1. Getting approved if you do not meet a listing
2. If the person filing for disability meets the listing, can the judge still deny benefits?
3. How to Prove you are disabled and Win your Disability Benefits
4. What kind of cases win disability benefits?
5. How severe must your condition be to be awarded Social Security Disability or SSI?
6. Which conditions will social security recognize as a disability?
7. The Social Security Impairments listings
Facts about Medical Conditions and Answers to Disability Questions
Overviews of Medical Conditions and Criteria for Receiving Disability
The following pages provide helpful overviews of potentially disabling mental and physical conditions. Each overview is preceded by a general description of the evaluation criteria used by the social security administration to render decisions on SSD and SSI disability claims.