What Information Do You Need for the SSA Adult Disability Report?
This form asks you to identify the health problems that have stopped you from working.
And you’ll give details of the medical treatment you’ve received.
Because this form helps to begin your Social Security Disability claim, it also asks for background about you, such as your education, work history and when you had to stop working.
The SSA Disability Report asks you to do all of this and more:
- List all physical conditions that you have.
- List all mental health conditions that you have.
- For cancer patients, list what type and stage of cancer you have.
- Give your height.
- Give your weight.
- List medications you’re taking.
- Explain where you’ve gone for medical treatment.
- Detail visits you’ve made to health care providers.
- Describe medical tests you’ve had.
- Explain whether you are working or not.
- Explain how your medical conditions affect your work.
- Explain whether you’ve stopped working and why.
- Describe your education and training.
- List your most recent jobs.
- Describe the physical demands of your jobs.
It can start to feel overwhelming putting all of these details together. But a disability lawyer can guide you through the process.
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Tips for Filling out the SSA Adult Disability Report
You don’t deal with Social Security Disability every day, so it’s understandable if you don’t understand how they want you to answer questions on the form.
The most important rule for filling out Social Security Disability forms is to be complete and accurate. Failing to do those things is one of the common mistakes people make in Social Security Disability applications or appeals.
Follow these tips for filling out the Disability Report-Adult (Form SSA-3368-BK):
- Think through your answers by writing them on another paper first.
- Answer every question. Don’t skip one.
- If you don’t know an answer, don’t leave it blank. Write “does not apply” or “don’t know.”
- Go beyond one-word answers and give full explanations wherever the form asks.
- Use the “remarks” section at the end of the form to expand on your answers.
- Give correct information.
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The disability attorneys at Nash Disability Law have been helping Chicago area people for over 30 years. We’ve been over all the forms thousands of times, and we know what to do.
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