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Article provided by: National Disability Benefits, All Right Reserved

Mental disorders are as disabling as physical health issues. That is why the Social Security Administration (SSA) has listed various mental conditions as disabilities. If you’re diagnosed by a qualified physician to be mentally disabled, you stand a chance of receiving social security disability benefits.

Are you wondering how to prove mental disability to the SSA? National Disability Benefits is here to provide you with all the necessary information. We aim to provide applicants with the details they need to get their disability claims approved.

What is Mental Disability?

Mental disability occurs when a mental health condition renders one unable to perform daily tasks. Various mental illnesses can make you mentally disabled. The SSA recognizes disorders such as psychotic disorders, learning disorders, personality disorders, and anxiety disorders as mental disability.

At National Disability Benefits, we will help you to ensure that your condition satisfies the SSA’s requirements. Evaluating your claim can also assist in estimating the disability payments that you deserve.

Proving Mental Disability to the SSA

For the Social Security Authority to consider you eligible for disability benefits based on your mental health, they need medical evidence diagnosing you with the disability. You can prove your qualification by:

  • Filing a Claim

This is the first step towards getting approved for benefits. In filling your application form, make sure you include all the details about your mental health condition. Also, provide information about how your illness has affected your ability to earn enough income.

  • Providing Medical Records

Medical records should be about your mental well-being. You can get this information from all the health professionals who have treated you for mental disability.

  • Taking a Consultative Exam

If the Disability Determination Agency in your state decides they need further evidence, you may be required to undergo a consultative exam. This happens with a psychiatrist of the SSA’s choosing, who may also be your psychiatrist.

How Can Mental Disability Affect Your Work? 

Having a mental disorder can negatively affect your work. That can leave you unable to earn a substantial income, which makes you eligible for social security benefits. At work, your mental disability can disadvantage you in the following ways:

  • Stigma

There’s an assumption that mentally ill people cannot work. That leads to discrimination, where your employer or co-workers deem you unfit to perform tasks. Eventually, it may lead to loss of job or wages.

  • Decreased Productivity

Several mental disorders, such as anxiety and depression, may make you unable to concentrate at work.

  • Inability to Interact Accordingly

Many work settings require teamwork. Some forms of mental illness, such as mood and personality disorders, can make it hard for you to continue working in your current environment.

We Are Here For You

Applying for disability benefits can be a tasking process. That’s why at National Disability Benefits, we will guide you through the process and help you get your deserved benefits. Get in touch with us today at [email protected], and we will show you how to prove mental disability.

Are you curious to know if you qualify for Social Security Disability benefits? If eligible, you could get up to $2,788 a month and get the financial compensation you need.

Take this FREE one minute online survey to see how much you may qualify to receive.

How to Prove Mental Disability

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