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What benefits may a child receive based on disability?
A child under the age of 18 who is found to be disabled may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) under title XVI, or, if a parent is a disabled worker or deceased and was insured; then that child under 18 may be eligible for child benefits under Title II.
An adult child may be entitled to Childhood Disability Benefits (CDB) under title II if he/she became disabled before age 22.
Last Revised: Jan. 30, 2006
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- Can a child be re-entitled to benefits?
- When is a widow entitled to widow(er)'s insurance benefits?
- Termination of Child's Insurance Benefits
- Who is entitled to child's insurance benefits?
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