In general, when it comes to musculoskeletal impairments, sometimes an individual in Pennsylvania must be unable to ambulate effectively in order to qualify for Social Security disability benefits for injuries. What does it mean to be unable to ambulate effectively?
When a parent in Philadelphia has a disabled child, it may be the case that the child, due to the nature of the disability, will never be financially independent as an adult. This may be of particular concern to those parents who are reaching retirement age, and are wondering how they will be able to continue caring for their disabled child. Fortunately, there are resources they may have in such situations, including the possibility of Social Security Disability benefits.