Dementia And Your Rights To Social Security Disability Benefits
Dementia is a broad term used to describe different brain disorders that can affect memory, thinking, behavior and emotion. One of the most common causes of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease but there are other causes including vascular disease, dementia with Lewy bodies and fronto-temporal dementia.
Early symptoms of dementia can include memory loss, difficulty performing familiar tasks, problems with language and changes in personality.
Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits and Dementia
The Social Security Administration doesn’t always make it easy for those with Dementia to get the Social Security Disability benefits they deserve.
It’s important that your medical records document the memory loss, difficulty performing tasks and problems with language. Psychiatric testing or other objective testing may be required to prove the diagnosis and the functional restrictions and limitations. If your doctor has diagnosed Alzheimer’s and has advised you no longer to work, you should apply for Social Security Disability benefits. Don’t let a denial discourage you from getting the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve.
Contact Alzheimer Social Security Disability attorney Nancy Cavey who can help you get the Social Security Disability benefits you deserve. Request more information about your Social Security Claim today by ordering our Free Book: Your Rights To Social Security Disability Benefits get it today to educate yourself about the claims process or call 727-894-3188 for immediate assistance.