[blindkid] SSI question
lyndaz918 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 18:14:01 UTC 2013
I agree. The admonitory and disapproving tone, in my opinion, is
The person who had to pay an overpayment: this is not an intrinsic feature
of SSI. This is a combination of an individual not understanding all the
rules and a government which all too often uses stringent enforcement on
the have-nots. Why? Who knows? Because it can, I imagine.
The *FR* article with its series of examples may well have served a
hortatory purpose--we all want as much independence as possible--but it was
a moralistic lecture rather than an analysis of what use our kids can make
of SSI to help them reach that goal.
I think the original OP wanted to know about the practicalities and
coverage, not about whether SSI payments were bad for people's character.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:38 AM, Julie Yanez <jyanez112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think there were some pretty negative implications on parents receiving
> SSI as the payee of a child.
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