A concern that often arises for Florida parents who have a child with a mental disorder is how to pay for the child's care. Although Social Security disability is a useful program to provide assistance to these parents, there are frequent worries regarding the rules and regulations as to how much can be received, what the work and income requirements are and what can happen to deny or end benefits for those who believed they had sufficient cause to get them.
A common concern for people in Kissimmee and across the state is whether or not a person who is suffering from a mental disorder or intellectual disability such as mental retardation will be eligible to receive Social Security disability benefits. Social Security disability benefits for mental conditions are similar to any other issue that would lead to a person applying for and receiving benefits. There are certain criteria that must be met in order to be granted benefits for qualifying mental conditions.