The Social Security Administration recently launched “The Faces and Facts of Disability,” as education and awareness initiative to help educate the public about Social Security Disability and dispel common misconceptions.
Social Security touches the lives of nearly every American, often during times of personal hardship, transition, and uncertainty. Social Security programs serve as a vital financial protection for working men and women, children, the disabled, and the elderly.
SSDI is coverage that workers earn by paying Social Security taxes on their earnings. Nearly 9 million disabled workers receive disability insurance. These 9 million individuals make up a diverse group of individuals with mental impairments, sensory disabilities and physical disabilities.
Watch this video on Social Security Disability to learn more.