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Social Security awards SSDI and SSI disability benefits for profound hearing loss or poor vision that mees the standard for legal blindness. If your hearing or vision doesn't meet Social Security's published standards, you still might be able to get disability benefits if there are no jobs you can do given your age, education, prior job skills, and other medical symptoms. These articles explain the SSA's legal standards.