This question pertains to the work SGA for the non-blind of $1,090/month for SSDI beneficiares while SSI beneficiaries only get the first $65 of earned income excluded. This is a disparity in procedure and has work disincentive implications for youth/young adults as they attempt to flex their work muscles and try to overcome the threat of losing their SSI when they are not fully sure that they have the capacity to hold ...more »
What are your ideas for using the latest medical, scientific, and technological advances to create responsive and objective criteria for making disability decisions?
What are your ideas for incorporating changes in the labor market and advances in vocational and rehabilitation fields to accurately assess an individual’s capacity to work?
What are your ideas for using existing and emerging technologies to enhance and streamline our decision making process?
What other areas of focus and activity do you suggest to further improve the accuracy, consistency, and timeliness of our disability decisions, as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of our determination process?