Social Security Disability and Vocational Considerations
I just came across this blog post about an individual who is deaf, is receiving disability benefits, is working, and is using his trial work months. If you read the post, it may give you an inkling of why the disability evaluation system , as it current exists, is setup in a good way, in that it attempts to take into consideration "vocational concerns" (i.e. it gives consideration to factors such as age, work skills, level of education, and functional limitations). The simple fact of the matter is: there's no way to know whether or not an employer will be accomodating to the needs of an individual with a disability.
Here's the blog post: Social Security –Devil’s Tool?
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