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Think you're confusing Medicare with..SM - Old Anon

Posted: Dec 14th, 2017 - 2:48 pm In Reply to: re medicare and disability - sm

Social Security. Medicare is your health insurance for which you are eligible at age 65. Social Security is your monthly pension from the government which you can start collecting at age 65 to 66 plus months depending on what year you were born. Once you start collecting your Social Security (pension), you cannot then switch to SS Disability. But if you are truly deserving and can qualify for SS disability first,(which I have read is not that easy to get and sometimes takes a few years of trying, getting turned down, and reapplying etc.), then that's the pension plan you would be in. Again, Medicare and SS disability are two separate programs. You can always Google Social Security Disability to find out more.

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