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Supplemental Security Income: Better Management Oversight Needed for Children劌製 Benefits
Daniel Bertoni (au)
The Social Security Administration劌製 (SSA劌製) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program provides cash benefits to eligible low-income individuals with disabilities, including children. In 2011, SSA paid more than $9 billion to about 1.3 million disabled children, the majority of whom received benefits due to a mental impairment. This report assessed (1) trends in the rate of children receiving SSI benefits due to mental impairments over the past decade; (2) the role that medical and nonmedical information, such as medication and school records, play in the initial determination of a child劌製 eligibility; and (3) steps SSA has taken to monitor the continued medical eligibility of these children. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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