“Substantial” work activity, in the context of social security, refers to work activity which results in monthly gross wages of $ 860.00 per month or more. A finding of SGA is a rebuttable presumption. significant physical and/or mental duties, which are productive. “Gainful” activity. In Social Security’s eligibility process, a finding of SGA results in a finding of ineligibility
- “Making a Murderer” and Brendan Dassey’s Low IQ Defense.
- The Regional Center Individual Program Plan or, “IPP.”
- 1st-party Court-Established Special Needs Trust and the State’s Right to Reimbursement for Medical Assistance Paid on Behalf of the Beneficiary under a State Plan?
- The Regional Center System for Persons with Developmental Disabilities.
- Tragedy at Inland Regional Center