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SSI Advocacy for Youth and Transition Aged Adults

Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018
Running Time: 01:00:40

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Taken from the Web Program Advocacy for Low-Income Children with Disabilities in California 2018 Recorded April 2018 in San Francisco

SSI Advocacy for Youth and Transition Aged Adults [01:00:40]

  • Advocacy for youth under 18 versus transition aged youth
  • Age 18 redeterminations
  • The overlap between special education and SSI advocacy (and how to read special education records for SSI cases)
  • Special issues in SSI advocacy for court involved youth

Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani

The purchase price of this Web Program segment includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Best Practices Questionnaire for Non-Medical Out-of-Home Care Authorization
    Jessica A. Breslin, Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Monthly Deeming Worksheet (Spouse to Spouse)—Form SSA-8015 (8-92)
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • POMS DI 14505.010: Policy for Section 301 Payments to Individuals Participating in a Vocational Rehabilitation or Similar Program, Social Security Administration
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • SSI Childhood Disability Functional Questionnaire
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Functional Assessment for Children (Age 0 to attainment of age 18)
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Sample Non-Medical Out-of-Home Request Letter
    Dafna Gozani, Jessica A. Breslin, Brian Blalock
  • POMS DI 25225.020: How We Define “Marked” and “Extreme” Limitations (Section 416.926a(e)), Social Security Administration
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling—SSR 16–3p: Titles II and XVI: Evaluation of Symptoms in Disability Claims
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • POMS DI 25225.030: Acquiring and Using Information (Section 416.926a(g)), Social Security Administration
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • POMS DI 25225.035: Attending and Completing Tasks (Section 416.926a(h)), Social Security Administration
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • POMS DI 25225.040: Interacting and Relating With Others (Section 416.926a(i)), Social Security Administration
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • POMS DI 25225.045: Moving About and Manipulating Objects (Section 416.926a(j)), Social Security Administration
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • POMS DI 25225.050: Caring for Yourself (Section 416.926a(k)), Social Security Administration
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • POMS DI 25225.055: Health and Physical Well-Being (Section 416.926a(l)), Social Security Administration
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Childhood Disability Evaluation Form (Form SSA-538-F6)
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Child Disability Report (Form SSA-3820-BK)
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Sample SSI Request for On the Record Decision
    Jessica A. Breslin, Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Sample SSI Child Advocacy Letter
    Brian Blalock, Jessica A. Breslin, Dafna Gozani
  • Sample SSI Child Brief #1
    Jessica A. Breslin, Brian Blalock, Lucy Taylor, Dafna Gozani
  • Sample SSI Child Supplemental Brief #2
    Brian Blalock, Jessica A. Breslin, Lucy Taylor, Dafna Gozani
  • Sample SSI Follow-up Letter #1
    Jessica A. Breslin, Dafna Gozani, Lucy Taylor, Brian Blalock
  • Sample SSI Child Brief #2
    Joanna Parnes, Dafna Gozani, Jessica A. Breslin, Brian Blalock, Marisa A. Lopez
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-1p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability Under the Functional Equivalence Rule—The “Whole Child” Approach
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-2p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—Documenting a Child’s Impairment-Related Limitations
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-3p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Acquiring and Using Information”
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-4p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Attending and Completing Tasks”
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-5p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Interacting and Relating with Others”
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-6p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Moving About and Manipulating Objects”
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-7p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Caring for Yourself”
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
  • Policy Interpretation Ruling— SSR 09-8p: Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability—The Functional Equivalence Domain of “Health and Physical Well-Being”
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • What You Need to Know About Your Supplemental Security Income (SSI) When You Turn 18 (SSA Publication No. 05-11005)
    Dafna Gozani, Brian Blalock
  • Sample Continuing Disability Review Brief #1
    Jorgio Castro, Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani, Lucy Taylor
  • Sample Young Adult Hearing Brief #1
    Dafna Gozani, Lucy Taylor, Britt Harwood, Brian Blalock
  • Sample Young Adult Hearing Brief #2
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani, Lucy Taylor, Britt Harwood
  • Supplemental Security Income: An Introduction for Youth Advocates (PowerPoint slides)
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani

Presentation Material

  • Supplemental Security Income: An Introduction for Youth Advocates (PowerPoint slides)
    Brian Blalock, Dafna Gozani
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Brian Blalock ~ Law + Policy Director, Tipping Point Community
Dafna Gozani ~ Staff Attorney, Bay Area Legal Aid
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