and larynx, then the Social Security Disability will use the loss of speech blue book listing to determine your speech disorder.
How would your Speech Impairment Affects Your Ability to Work:
Unfortunately, if you do not meet the requirements of the SSD Blue Book listing for the loss of speech, or a different listing, then your speech impairment will be considered severe that is more than a minimum effect on your ability to work and do other activities. The Social Security Disability Administration must determine how your impairment affects your work by utilizing a report. The assessment report will contain your ability to speak, feel, adapt to your environment, or hear. If your speech impairment is a severe communication barrier that makes it difficult to execute many tasks, such as speaking with customers or co-workers, understanding directions from your supervisors, interacting with people in any kind of way that requires speech or talking on the phone.
If your report may indicate your mental abilities, such as interact properly with your co-workers, understand and complete tasks in a timely manner, able to handle stress in a professional manner at work and communicate properly to supervisor. Also, inability to presume the hinder of your ability to comprehend tasks, and unable to ask questions to gain a better understanding what you need to do in order work. With your inability to understand my increase your frustration and anxiety that affect your ability to properly interact with others in a proper manner.
Now if you have other physical impairments, then you RFC report may have assessed your physical abilities as well. For example, is your speech impairment is originate by an illness such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or a greater disease, there are other physical impairments caused by TBI will also be included.
If your report indicate you are unable to work that requires good speech, such as a sales person, a disc jockey, a police dispatcher or a teacher. If your past job require you to have good speech or have a unique feature that requires a special voice abilities, and not able to do the job due to your speech problem. The Social Security Disability will determine if you can do other work. However, if you are older and do not have little to none education or transferable job skills, the Social Security Disability will not require you to adjust to another type of work.
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