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  • Yes, You Can Work!

    We encourage individuals to work and seek employment while applying for SSI/SSDI benefits. SOAR providers play a critical role in helping bust myths about working during the application process.

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    Infographic
  • The SOAR Process: Critical Components in Action

    How does the SOAR application process differ from the conventional application process? Let's see how implementing SOAR critical components helps the disability determination process move more smoothly and quickly.

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    Guides
  • The SOAR Model: Critical Components

    The SOAR model for completing SSI/SSDI applications utilizes five critical components that significantly increase the likelihood of an approval for those who are eligible.

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    Guides
  • Steps to Completing an SSI/SSDI Application Using the SOAR Model

    This guide will help you complete an SSI/SSDI application using the SOAR model. You have 60 days from the protective filing date (PFD) to submit a complete application packet to the Social Security Administration (SSA). We encourage you to complete the process in less time as you are able.

    Type:
    Guides
  • Steps to Completing a Child SSI Application Using the SOAR Model

    This guide will help you complete an SSI application for a child using the SOAR model. You have 60 days from the protective filing date (PFD) to submit a complete application packet to the Social Security Administration (SSA). We encourage you to complete the process in less time as you are able.

    Type:
    Guides
  • SSI/SSDI and Employment: A Brief Overview of SSA Work Incentives

    Case managers are encouraged to support individuals to pursue their vocational goals, both before and after applying for SSI/SSDI. This overview will briefly discuss how the Social Security Administration (SSA) views the work activity of an SSI/SSDI applicant, and the many work incentives available to beneficiaries.

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    Article
  • SSA-821: Work Activity Report

    The Social Security Administration (SSA) may ask the applicant to complete an SSA-821 Work Activity Report if he/she continued to work after the alleged date of onset. This article provides additional information and tips for assisting applicants with this form. 

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    SSA Forms