Supplemental Security Income, SSI, pays benefits to low-income people who are 65 or older; to adults who are disabled (based on the same definition used by SSDI) or blind; and to children who are disabled and blind.

What Is Social Security Disability Difference Between SSI and SSDI

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Supplemental Security Income, SSI, pays benefits to low-income people who are 65 or older; to adults who are disabled (based on the same definition used by SSDI) or blind; and to children who are disabled and blind.

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