What is the Difference Between SSI and SSDI?

There are several differences between Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). However, both programs pay the eligible individual monetary compensation for being disabled.

SSI is awarded to an individual if they don’t meet certain work history, and SSDI is awarded to the individual if they do meet certain work history and medical history.

Learn the specific criteria for SSDI and SSI.

Can I work during the Social Security Disability application process?
What qualifies me for disability benefits?
What if I am denied disability benefits?
How long will it take to process my disability claim?
How do I get started with SSDI?
If I get disability insurance, will my children get disability benefits?
What is the difference between – SSI and SSDI?

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