From Healthcareglobal.com – a good page to help people with Parksinson’s Disease:
For people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), simple daily tasks can be challenging to complete, even with the proper medication. Filing for and receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits can help patients live with PD, and should not be difficult. SSDI exists to provide financial support and medical benefits to people with disabilities, like PD, who are unable to continue daily work activities. The SSDI application can be complicated and frustrating, so people with PD should know who to contact for help during the filing process.
Almost one million people in the U.S. have been diagnosed with PD, which is an incurable neurological disorder that worsens over time. Those with advanced PD have significant bodily tremors and stiff muscles that severely limit their motor skills. Around four percent of people with PD are diagnosed before they turn 50-years-old, but most are older when diagnosed. While early-onset PD can be a devastating diagnosis, some people with PD continue to work full-time for years. When working gets to be too much, it may be time to apply for SSDI….
If you have Parkinson’s Disease and need help applying for disability benefits or appealing a disability claim through Social Security or a Disability Insurance company, call Disability Attorney John Tucker today at (866) 282-5260 or (727) 572-5000.
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- How to Apply for Social Security Disability (tampabaydisabilityattorney.com)
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- Tips to Help Parkinson’s Patients Move Through a Freezing Episode (everydayhealth.com)