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Social Security: Continuing Disability Reviews

Full Disability Review

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A Full Disability Review is an abbreviated version of the medical review that occurred when you initially applied for Social Security Disability benefits. There will be some forms and worksheets for you to complete. Your doctors will again be asked to submit copies of their records.  

There are steps to take to maximize your chances of continuing to receive SSDI. 

For more information on Full Disability Reviews, see Full Disability Review.

For information about what happens at the end of a Full Disability Review, see

If Social Security Decides That You Are Still Disabled

If Social Security Decides That You Are No Longer Disabled

TIP: Continuing disability reviews are another reason to report all of your symptoms at every visit to your doctor, and to check that the symptoms are recorded each time. 

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