SSDI provides a payment that is based on a determination by Social Security that you have a disabling condition that is expected to impair your ability to work.

About state mandated disability:

Because of state mandated disability, you may not be able to work. Social Security sends a check to your bank to cover expenses. If you're receiving SSDI, you must be disabled & have worked ten years.

-Better compliance and a closer audit of criteria and supports for disability beneficiaries. -More extensive data capturing and better tracking for the department.

Pros of state mandated disability:

In state mandated disability, even though you aren't working and it may not seem like you can, you can accumulate enough disability benefits that can supplement your income and enable you to retire.

-Ensuring all access needs are addressed (transportation, care assistance, housing etc). -Increased visibility for medical insurance providers and local managers.

Pros of state mandated disability:

In state mandated disability, mental illness can cause a great deal of emotional suffering for the person in general. At the same time, it can bring additional stress to caregiver and family members.

Cons of state mandated disability:

-Needed services may not be got -Parents may get into a panic to find out what services child will receive -Maintaining relationships with agencies is very difficult

In state mandated disability, considerations include those who are unable to work, can't function at a normally functional level, or who have a need for assistance at home with basic living tasks.