What are the two basic ways to prove disability?
Social Security recognizes two basic ways to establish disability. The first is the Sequential Evaluation Process and Listings of Impairments. Under this method you ask a series of yes or no questions and based on the answer you either are or are not disabled. This method is detailed in the flow chart located here.
The second method is referred to as the Grid Guidelines or just the grid. In this method you find into which box you fall on a chart of age, work skills, education and literacy level and the box is labeled either “not disabled” or “disabled”.
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