job safety with your impairment. If you have recently lost your ability to speak effectively and you can no longer work your prior job, then Social Security Disability will look at your work experience to see if you can adjust to other types of work, age, and education level.
Meet a listing. In order to “meet a listing,” you must show that your impairment meets all of the Social Security Disability Blue Book requirements listing, which can be a listing that describes impairments that establish your disability.
Meeting a Blue Book Disability Listing:
The Social Security Disability Blue Book listing can specifically talk about the loss of speech in section 2.09. In order to meet the Blue Book listing, you must have medical records to prove you are unable to produce speech the following:
- heard and,
Now if you are able to use electronic devices or esophageal speech functioning as electrolarynx to speak clearly well enough to be understood and heard, however, you will not meet the Blue Book Listing; But your speech impairment does not have to be a specific cause to meet the Social Security Disability Blue Book listing; It is the only crucial information that your speech is not successfully communicating with others.
If your speech problems are due to a traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, or cerebral palsy, then your impairment will most likely be determined under the stroke listing, or cerebral palsy listing, or the traumatic brain injury blue book listing. However, if your speech problem is due having a mental disorder then your impairment will be reviewed under the mental illness SSD Blue Book listing. Your speech disorder difficulties must be related to physical structures of speech, such as tongue, pharynx,
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