If your adult child is disabled and can't do any significant amount work, he or she may be able to collect Social Security adult child benefits on your earnings record or SSI disability benefits. She lives with her parents who also provide for her food. Jill's parents also pay Author: Melissa Linebaugh, Contributing Author.
If you are disabled and one of your parents receives Social Security benefits, you may be able to collect Social Security disability benefits based on your parent's earnings record. If you are over 18, you could qualify for benefits as a "disabled adult child." (Disabled children and teens under the Author: Nolo.
Dec 11, 2016 · Your son's disabled adult child (DAC) benefits would be calculated based on your full retirement age benefit rate (PIA), regardless of when you start drawing your benefits. And, he would not be able to receive DAC benefits on your record until you start drawing your benefits.
Oct 08, 2018 · If you are in your mid to late 50s or older and have an intellectually disabled adult child living at home, you are part of the first generation whose Author: Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D.
I've been receiving full SSI Disability for the past 5 yrs, while living in my own apartment/paying all my own bills. I have now moved back in with my parents and I need to know how much I have to pay for my fair share in order to continue receiving full benefits? From research I've gathered online, I've read that it's calculated by adding up the total monthly household expenses and dividing.