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March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

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If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, you may be able to qualify for social security disability benefits. This is because the Social Security Administration (SSA) recognizes MS as a chronic illness or “impairment” that could cause a disability which is serious enough to prevent you from working for at least 12 months. If you have any of the following symptoms, or any combination of these or other symptoms that prevent you from working, you might qualify for Social Security benefits:

Social Security Payment Schedule 2024: Exactly When to Expect Your Checks in March 2024

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Are you receiving Social Security benefits each month? If you’re getting money from the Social Security Administration (SSA) each month, you need to know when Social Security payments are made each month so that you are able to budget that money. When Social Security payments are sent depends on what type of benefit you receive and other factors. This guide contains everything you need to know about receiving Social Security benefit payments in 2024.

March is Disability Awareness Month

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March is Disability Awareness Month. If you suffer from a disability, you may qualify for social security disability benefits. If you are unable to work for at least 12 months due to your disability and you have the medical evidence to prove it this will help determine your eligibility for disability benefits. As soon as you have been approved it will help to relieve the financial hardship you are suffering as a result of your disability.

February 2nd is Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Day

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Rheumatoid arthritis awareness day is February 2nd, 2024. Learn more about the holiday by reading the text that follows. The Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient Foundation (RPF) recognized this day in 2013 so that it could raise awareness for all victims of the disease who have to live each day with pain and misunderstanding about what is considered to be a chronic medical condition. Having a day set aside for rheumatoid arthritis allows health providers to spread the knowledge about the importance of an early diagnosis for the disease.