Social Security Disability For Reduced Vision
Based on a recent survey done in the US, almost 24 million adults in this country have some loss of vision. According to the Social Security Administration, an adult could qualify for disability if they are diagnosed with statutory or legal blindness. This designation includes those who were born blind, those with retinopathy, those who have experienced traumatic injuries, and those with glaucoma. There’s also those who for other reasons have suffered from severe loss of vision which might qualify under this diagnosis.