Q) My daughter is 21 years old and has done with her education and got her degree. She unfortunately has an eye problem and losing her eye sight and will not be able to find job or drive. What she is going to do for her health and future. Is there any help for her as Medicare or medical assistance.
A) Your daughter may qualify for Social Security benefits. According to the social security administration – You may qualify for Social Security or SSI disability benefits if you’re blind. SSA consider you to be blind if your vision can’t be corrected to better than 20/200 in your better eye or if your visual field is 20 degrees or less in your better eye for a period that lasted or is expected to last at least 12 months.
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