in addition, the extended period of eligibility for ssdi and reinstatement of ssi payments without a new application are important safety nets for the disabled worker not sure if he or she should give employment a try.">
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Safety Net for Disabled Workers Wanting to Give Employment a Try.

Posted on:10/21/2011
The continuation of Medicare and Medicaid benefits beyond SSI or SSDI eligibility is an important feature of the current incentives to get disabled workers to join the labor force.


Many jobs for which disabled workers can qualify might not offer benefits, especially if the person must work part-time in order to accommodate his or her impairment.

In addition, the extended period of eligibility for SSDI and reinstatement of SSI payments without a new application are important safety nets for the disabled worker not sure if he or she should give employment a try. These provisions basically allow recipients to reinstate payments without once again going through the lengthy application process if they discover they are not yet ready to permanently enter or reenter the labor force.

SSDI can be reinstated up to 36 months after ineligibility, but former SSI recipients only have 12 months to apply for reinstatement. While the SSI time allowance is considerably shorter than the SSDI time allowance, eligibility requirements for the programs likely necessitate this differentiation.


  
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