As a result of this limitation, the term is often used to describe any disability that is mild or moderate in nature. In certain circumstances, it may also refer to an impairment that does not meet all the criteria for a specific type of condition. For example, many people with diabetes are considered disabled because they can suffer significant complications if they don’t manage their blood glucose levels properly. However, some individuals do not meet these criteria and are still considered disabled by other professionals due to other impairments associated with their disease.
3) How long will I be on Social Security Disability?