Independent Disability Advocates serving Southern New England
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Who Are The Disabled?
A Partial List of Disabling Impairments

Disability RequirementsWhile there are many disabling impairments, noted are some of the more prevalent disabilities that might be eligible for SSI or SSDI benefits.

People with work related injuries, or injuries resulting from sports, falls or accidents

People who have had a stroke or suffer from heart disease

People with CFS, chronic joint pain or fibromyalgia

People with mental health issues

People with eating disorders, digestive disorders or diabetes

People with spinal cord injuries, amputations, post-polio syndrome or motor dysfunction

People with malignant or terminal diseases, i.e. cancer, Huntington’s chorea, cirrhosis, leukemia or chronic anemia

People with significant loss of hearing, sight or speech

People with neurological impairments, i.e. Tourette syndrome, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, epilepsy or muscular dystrophy

People with respiratory diseases, i.e. chronic asthma, frequent episodes of pneumonia, tuberculosis, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, COPD or sleep apnea

People with diseases of the immune system, i.e. AIDS, hepatitis, lupus or scleroderma

Children with birth defects, mental disorders, autism, HIV, or Down Syndrome

Babies with failure to thrive

NOTE:  The above is only a partial list of disabilities

Brockton Office:
500 Belmont St., Ste. 125
Brockton MA 02301
Ph. 508-586-7600

New Bedford Office
By Appt. Only:

555 Pleasant St., Ste. 3A
New Bedford MA 02740
Ph. 508-994-7600