Social Security Survivor Benefits?

My grandson is autistic and cannot care for himself. His father is disabled. Why can't my grandson receive his mother's Social Security? She worked all of her child's life.


By Dorothy

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October 31, 20140 found this helpful

Have you talked to your local Social Security Office? They would be the ones to ask. Your grandson might be disabled, but there are a lot of disabled young people that are taking care of themselves with the aid of case managers and he should also be collecting disabilty benefits.

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November 2, 20140 found this helpful

Your local SS office has all the answers to questions about ANY SS benefit program. Your grandson's guardian will have to ask questions pertaining to his benefits.

Does your grandson receive SSI or SSD? If he does then he can only draw from one account (only one benefit check) but sometimes a benefit check is higher from another account and the SS office can give this information to your grandson's guardian.

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