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CLE TB - SSI SSDI - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
45:27
Welcome everyone!
Laurie Kowalski
50:56
Please put any questions here in the chat
Joann Collins
53:04
will we be able to request the presentation emailed to us?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
53:30
Yes, the PPT slides will be emailed to you.
Joann Collins
53:41
Thank you!
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
53:51
The recording and materials will be housed on our website too: www.ohiof2f.org
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
55:48
COLA = Cost of Living Arrangement
ThomasUle
55:55
so if a child is 16 years old and lives with his parents and both parents work what is the child eligible for?
kelly
56:37
what is the equation for figuring out if a child lives at home but is charged rent?
Linda Herman
56:42
Food Stamp eligibility?
Joseph's iPad
56:55
What living arrangements are necessary to avoid a reduction of the $841.
Glenna Weber
57:00
what if the child is 20?
kelly
57:23
what if a child lives in a house that is in a third party trust
Marion Cosgrove Rauch
57:49
What about charging for food and rent?
Lilli Stapp
57:50
If the child is 19, working part time ($12 an hour), living at home, pays rent, will the parents income be looked at for deemed income?
Kendra Shaw
57:52
What is the income limit for a minor with a disability for a single parent?
Pat Cordiak
57:54
if you have an 18 year old and both parents work, what are they eligible for?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
57:59
If child is over 18, and if they became a tenant, there would be an agreement on rental amount
kelly
59:16
if the parents are legal guardians and the person is over 18, would the accept a lease between the child and parents?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
59:27
yes Kelly
Stacey Hartwig
59:40
My son was getting SSI and working part-time. Recently he starting getting SSDI and his SSI was reduced. Is that typical to get both and will he eventually switch over to SSDI if he keeps working.
kelly
59:42
can you add real estate taxes into those expenses?
John Hearns
01:01:08
Is that rent to parents considered taxable to parents?
kelly
01:01:18
the trust rents to the ssi recipient
kelly
01:01:43
yes
kelly
01:02:21
can you add real estate taxes into the shared expenses
Robin
01:02:35
what is a reasonable amount for rent?
Sue Grzybowski
01:03:03
I've asked a tax account about whether the rent is considered taxable income to the parent or the person to whom the SSI recipient pays rent, and the tax account said yes that is considered income for the property owner.
kelly
01:03:45
yes rent is income to whoever receives it
Cindi and Dave
01:04:54
Our accountant agrees with the above as well. Rent is income and so it should be taxed.
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:04:56
The adult must be paying their fair share of the household expenses in order to receive the maximum SSI amount.
kelly
01:05:37
a 3rd party trust may be able to be used to build an account that can transfer money to a stable account as needed
Michelle
01:06:08
Rent that an adult child is paying would need to recorded as income for the parents on their taxes correct ?
kelly
01:06:47
yes it will
Sue Grzybowski
01:07:41
Can the speaker address SSDI as a disabled child too?
Sue Grzybowski
01:08:21
Is she talking about the ticket to work program?
Kendra Shaw
01:08:47
Will we be discussing how to get SSI for a minor with autism plus other disabilities?
Aletta Sinoff
01:09:54
who monitors whether a person can move onto SSDI? from SSI?
Aletta Sinoff
01:10:32
What is the SSDI benefit?
Cindi and Dave
01:11:24
From an email I received from The Arc of Ohio back in 9/2020. "On DODD website it is called the Residency Agreement. You can modify it to meet your needs. There is no real calculation sheet, but social security likes back up like mortgage, utilities, food, etc. I advise families to consider like you are renting a room with full house privileges to a tenant. No one could ever rent a furnished room for $600.00/month, but seems to be an average parents are charging."
kelly
01:13:12
600/month is cheap...look at vrbo
Tom Hess
01:15:20
Thank you for the great information Barb. Ohio also has a great resource for ongoing information related to Disability Benefits- https://oh.db101.org/ Tutorial Videos on "What is SSI?", "SSI and Work", "SSI and Youth Who Work" and others on SSDI also.
schei
01:16:47
So ssdi is only if no onger working?
Muckley
01:16:54
My son gets SSI because he has mental health issues, that he was born with. When doing our SSI recertification the lady said that he earned enough to qualify for SSDI, however his disability was something from birth, so how would he qualify for SSDI?
Dawn Thompson
01:17:04
Can a young adult disabled child, collect SSDI from a parents work record?
Aletta Sinoff
01:17:36
I understood an adult child can get SSDI if parent dies - is this correct? What information?
kelly
01:17:52
yes...look at your ssi statements
Tiffany Bafford
01:17:54
What is minimum they can receive on ssdi?
kelly
01:17:58
it tells you what they will get
Aletta Sinoff
01:18:10
Please repeat what you can’t earn above on SSDI?
Marion Cosgrove Rauch
01:20:14
Which parent's work record?
Tina Mohr
01:20:47
SSDI based on parents only or guardians too?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:20:54
SSDAC - adult child receives a benefit from their parent's work record, if in death or retirement
Muckley
01:21:07
If they are pulling SSI from a parents benefits, does that effect the other siblings who may also be disabled? Or will it effect the benefit amount of siblings who may be under the age of 18 and the parent has died.
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:22:17
Marion, whomever is retired or deceased
Karen Kenwell
01:22:50
Is there an earning limit for SSDAC?
Jean Simmons
01:23:09
Is there an age limit when it comes to when an adult child can try to get SSDAC?
shafer.bj
01:23:30
Does retired mean a certain age? i.e. 65? or can they have taken early retirement
Tina Mohr
01:23:57
what about guardians that are not parents? I am a guardian Aunt. Her mom is out of the picture.
Gerri Bachman
01:24:53
Can I make an appointment to talk to someone about my child's disability/age/situation to help determine best way to move ahead to receive benefits?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:29:38
The slides and recording will be on our website at www.OhioF2F.org
Michelle
01:30:40
are we going to go over if a minor child is disabled and how to get SSI and how it's caluated ?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:30:49
If we don't respond to every question tonight, please be patient. We intent to answer your questions afterwards in an email. Thank you
Tiffany Bafford
01:33:43
If they made 8k a year they is more than the 2000k they are allowed to have in an account.
Tiffany Bafford
01:34:00
If they saved that do they become disqualified?
Laurie Kowalski
01:34:17
Tiffany, do you have a STABLE account?
kelly
01:38:50
transfer the money to a stable account or a third party trust
kelly
01:39:40
there are different trusts that can be setup to work with the stable accounts
shafer.bj
01:48:48
My son was on Medicaid and they put him on Medicare. They said he had to go on Medicare because he worked 4 quarters. Why did this happen? He was only 22 when this happened. Then they wanted to charge him a monthly fee until they determined he was low income and now Medicaid pays for his Medicare premium??
Wendy Spitz
01:48:57
Barb Judah email- BJudah@leapinfo.org LEAP
Laurie Kowalski
01:49:38
Barb's email address: BJudah@leapinfo.org
schei
01:49:44
cost for leap?
Wendy Spitz
01:49:45
https://www.leapinfo.org/
Aletta Sinoff
01:50:13
Wow!!!! Thank you Barb and all of you who brought this information to us. I cant thank you enough!
Maria Golias
01:50:25
did you say there was a $20,000 income exception to the MBIWD?
Tiffany Bafford
01:50:30
Thank you so much.
kelly
01:51:01
if anyone is interested...we are in Cincinnati and have been working with Annie Warner on trusts/guardianship/etc
ThomasUle
01:51:23
please email me the slides, thank you!
kelly
01:51:25
her number is 513-449-2111 annie@warnerlg.com
Aletta Sinoff
01:52:31
What tool did she just say?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:52:47
LEAP is free!
Sandy
01:54:11
in the Cleveland area - does anyone have the name of a lawyer/advocate that they have worked with to navigate this adult system of benefits?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:54:12
for adult children 22 and over, they are eligible for food assistance
Muckley
01:55:02
yes
Linda Herman
01:55:36
Hickman-Lauder Attys in CLE.
Cindi and Dave
01:55:50
Question: For SNAP benefits what ongoing paperwork requirements are there? Do you have to file anything monthly or more often?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:56:17
the slides and recording will be posted on our ohiof2f.org website in about a week
Tiffany Bafford
01:57:22
To apply do we just go to ss office? Do we need an attorney ?
Tina Mohr
01:57:27
Did not adopt the child.
Tebble Dickerson
01:58:40
If my 19 year old was denied SSI benefits how long do you have to appeal and what is the process?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:58:45
Tiffany, many families do NOT need an attorney to apply for SSI. please feel free to reach out to me: amy.clawson@cchmc.org
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
01:59:20
Tebble, please call Barb at LEAP to discuss details.
Tebble Dickerson
01:59:39
Thank you
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
02:00:51
www.leapinfo.org
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
02:01:11
Call LEAP 216-696-2716
Muckley
02:02:12
Thank you, so informational
Tina Mohr
02:02:17
Is LEAP just for Ohio or are NKY people allowed to access?
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
02:02:26
If you have an SSA at your county board of DD, they may have a Medicaid/SSI rep in their office to help you apply.
Cindi and Dave
02:03:20
thank you.
SchadeM
02:03:25
For SNAP their is an annual redetermination
Cindi and Dave
02:03:49
thank you
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
02:04:23
www.ssa.gov to apply or contact LEAP
Amy Clawson, Ohio F2F
02:05:32
Cindi and All, the SNAP redetermination is quite simple, especially if nothing has changed with living and income
Laurie Kowalski
02:05:34
Please fill out the survey for tonight
Laurie Kowalski
02:05:40
https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/sv/PsvsPqB/TB
tom hess
02:07:46
NABWIS IS A NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BEnefits AND Work Incentive Planners
Marion Cosgrove Rauch
02:07:55
I have been to many SSI presentations and this one was by far the most informative!
Jean Simmons
02:08:22
Thank you!
Sara
02:08:34
How can I complete the survey if I am doing the zoom on my phone?
Sara
02:08:44
Thank you!
Salma Egool
02:08:50
Thank you 😊
Sara
02:09:01
got it
Brit Fowler
02:09:19
Do we need to do anything extra for CEU credits?
Joann Collins
02:09:39
Good question about CEU's
ThomasUle
02:09:45
thank you so much for all the information