Getting Disability for Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), or Shy Drager Syndrome
If you've been diagnosed with MSA and it is progressing, you have a good chance of getting disability benefits.
Social Security Disability for Huntington's Disease: Benefits and Filing Information
Social Security Disability benefits are available to claimants with Huntington's disease who meet certain qualifying criteria.
Getting Disability Benefits for Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease
When memory problems, disorientation, or mood disturbances due to Alzheimer's lead to problems with social or personal functioning, disability may be available.
Is It Possible to Get Social Security Disability Benefits for Muscular Atrophy?
Whether you'll get disability benefits for muscular atrophy depends on the degree of muscle wasting you have and the limitations it causes.
Can I Get Social Security Disability Benefits for Progressive Bulbar Palsy?
A severe neurological disease that affects the nerves and muscles of the face and jaw, progressive bulbar palsy can qualify for disability benefits under Social Security's expedited Compassionate Allowances Program.
Does Parkinson's Disease Qualify for Disability Benefits?
If your PD is severe enough to significantly limit your ability to perform work-related activities, you can get disability.
Disability Benefits for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Once you are diagnosed with ALS, you automatically qualify for disability benefits.
Getting Disability for Stiff Person Syndrome
Stiff person syndrome qualifies for an expedited disability decision through Social Security's Compassionate Allowances program.
Can I Get Social Security Disability Benefits for Corticobasal Degeneration?
Corticobasal degeneration that severely affects your movement or mental capacities should qualify you for disability benefits.
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