|Qualifying for Disability
Dec 11, 2007
Hello - I am in the process of applying for SSDI. I have been able to work while HIV/AIDS+ since being dx in 1987 (contacted in 1984). However, I was downsized in September this year, and I think they created a reason because of my declining ability to perform. I have sever e neuropathy, major fatique, and many other symptoms related to this disease. I would like to be pro-active when filing for SSDI. Can you pls provide some guidelines or point me in the right direction to have my claim approved the first time. I sincerely appreciate your help!
| Response from Ms. Franzoi
The best approach you can take is to have you doctors provide the SSA with detailed medical reports explaining why you are unable to work.
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