Cerebral palsy is a group of neurological and physical limitations that disrupts your ability to control your body’s movement. It can easily rule out working a job and earning an income. If this has happened to someone close to you, Social Security Disability benefits can provide monthly checks for basic expenses, eligibility for Medicare or Medicaid health coverage and a greater sense of peace and stability in your loved one’s life. But benefits aren’t simple to get. In this chart from the law firm The Morgan Law Firm, serving South Bend and people across Indiana and Michigan, see what you need to qualify with cerebral palsy.

An infographic for individuals suffering from cerebral palsy that are looking to receive social security disability benefits.