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Last Updated July 27th 2015 - By Harry Devon Johnson

Thursday 19th 2015 Note: as Delegate rep. Harry Devon. We have seen many websites now exposing RFC In A Proper way.
Pay attention to the Intelligent facts that we teach here.
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This educational site was made by Harry Devon Johnson. This site has strictly factual evidence. Allsup may have good enough at there website... but Allsup only deals with S.S.D.I meaning  that S.S.D.I cases goes by work credit only. Theres nothing an attorney or Representative can do - because you have to at-least work a certain amount of time under Social Security. If you didn't work enough. You don't get paid.

My next fact is there is no possible way to apply for work credits separate. You have to at-least apply for disability as far as S.S.I ( Social Security Income) First off all-sup on they website uses's S.S.I disability education, when they was supposed to be using SSDI ( meaning SSDI Is usually only included in SSA books about SSI) education which mean they would have had to tell the truth that it's going strictly by work credits and they are getting a fee not on helping you but because you automatically have to work long enough only.I have called them on the phone and they say that they don't do SSI case''s. They state they only do cases for work credits. If you was a smart consumer you would go strictly threw Social Security instead of Allsup and keep all of your money and not let these criminals get away with what they are doing. According to the education this is legal. We're not against Allsup or any other agency like them. We just don't think that they are telling the facts right on having more money for one's- self.

This that more the average and common way to get money threw social security are SSI and SSDI. That meaning 90 percent of the world receives : 1 check monthly or either two checks monthly - one check goes by work credits - you have to have worked long enough under SS to get this check.The other check is a disability check. Disability checks comes on the first of the month.( meaning all disability possible under social security) If the first falls on a Saturday or Sunday they checks will be issued on Friday.( as of April Second 2012 - if this changes after this date)

All other payments which is SSDI though only counting two payment ways; SSI, SSDI. SSDI Payments comes out on the the third of the month. People receiving checks on the third of the month have achieved all work credits needed. People who receive check on the first has achieved being disabled by a certified Social security worker and DDS. Disability Determination Services. No disability check can be issued with out DDS saying that it's ok for the social security worker to award the checks. However S.S.D.I cases can be awarded an issued strictly by the social security workers without D.D.S; because it's based on work credits. 

This web site is more based on receiving S.S.I disability threw mental health analysis - even though we use other disability methods - our goal and objective is to help people and family's get the money they deserve. Harry Devon Johnson is a very skilled representative of Social Security Administration. He has read hundreds and hundreds of pages of books and online material and read test and education on what it takes to become a social security worker. Harry Devon Johnson Does not work for SSA because he's self employed and has other means of working with social security - paid ways and not paid ways. He's certified to Know the exact way to get the money you deserve.

If you use this website as intended and as we planned - you will come out having more money from S.S.A it's a fact. You'll will not have to use a lawyer because we know everything the lawyers know and you are only losing money because of lawyer fees.( you can represent yourself and win. Online websites will tell you that you're foolish for not using a lawyer. That's probably because you didn't pass the education morals before. If you have seen an A.L.J and was deniable - you will never see another one if you pay attention and understand what we are saying in this website; About Mental heath case's.

We're not against lawyers getting money - but lawyers all ready have good jobs and real good income. And some people applying,prefer to have more money. We didn't create the education, we just know the education.

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By Harry  Devon Johnson: (Above) Re Edited 26th 2014


As in my last educational material, we talked about the Mental Health Exam. It is more potent to have to take a test as mental health exam or any of the others below to past/ get awarded. However, you can expect to hear from SSA that they do not have enough medical info on file; even if you have been actively seeing the doctor for at least 3 years. There is a specific amount of time that everyone has to wait in order to see an ALJ which is usually 2 year plus but you can expect three. This has been in the past for at least 20 years. Recently with in 2012 S.S.A has made an intriguing change. On the 3 years it's now like two years, some sources say lower. They Have change the time length on when someone gets to the ALJ and the time is mandatory. All People going threw social security to get a check,should consider this a blessing. They say because there is not enough ALJ’s - to in reality cover all caseloads why this usually occurs. If you call SSA sometimes they may tell you that you have ten years to wait before a AL Judge; highly not logical though logical for an extensive wait. However, if it were me, I’d prefer the quickest time to see an ALJ; so I’ll keep that a possible blessing.


These are some of the Mental Health Exams Below: Study Carefully.


Psychiatric exam. These exams are performed by a psychiatrist (MD) vs. a psychologist. Psychiatric exams are used to evaluate those with psychosis or affective or mood disorders (such as anxiety or bipolar depression).

Psychological exam. Psychological exams are used to evaluate symptoms that point to reduced cognitive function (low IQ) and for claimants with little education or a history of enrollment in special needs courses in public school.

Mental status exam (MSE). An MSE is a common exam used to evaluate one's memory, language skills, and awareness regarding their surroundings. During an MSE, you may be asked to recall items on a list after reading it, count by fives, name the current President, tell the examiner about your childhood, interpret what is going on in a picture, and so on.

Memory scale exam. This exam is used specifically for those who report short-term memory loss. Examples of people who may be asked to participate in this exam are stroke victims, people with traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's, and so on, although just about anyone could be sent for a memory scale if they listed severe short-term memory loss on their disability application.


I’m going to skip some of the education and state this: The way to pass A mental Health Exam is to “NEVER ANSWER QUESTIONS RIGHT – NO MATTER WHAT ” ( I’m not stating this in plagiarism. I'm  stating this, because some people actually have problem’s and don’t understand what to do.) Be ware that social security may/will feel that the individual going threw this exam can not handle there own money. (Don’t worry so quick, the person is supposed to be disabled right?) Once they send you the award –letter, they will state if they think that you need a money handler right here. You have several options to prove your self. (However, they may let you handle your own money)

My last material was based strictly on schizophrenia not all disabilities. However, I think that it should be good to state the surrounding facts.


Here is a list of the SSA Requirements for the below disorder:

12.03 Schizophrenic, paranoid and other psychotic disorders: Characterized by the onset of psychotic features with deterioration from a previous level of functioning.

The required level of severity for these disorders is met when the requirements in both A and B are satisfied, or when the requirements in C are satisfied.

A. Medically documented persistence, either continuous or intermittent, of one or more of the following:

1. Delusions or hallucinations; or

2. Catatonic or other grossly disorganized behavior; or

3. Incoherence, loosening of associations, illogical thinking, or poverty of content of speech if associated with one of the following:

a. Blunt affect; or

b. Flat affect; or

c. Inappropriate affect;

OR

4. Emotional withdrawal and/or isolation;

AND

B. Resulting in at least two of the following:

1. Marked restriction of activities of daily living; or

2. Marked difficulties in maintaining social functioning; or

3. Marked difficulties in maintaining concentration, persistence, or pace; or

4. Repeated episodes of decompensation, each of extended duration;

OR

C. Medically documented history of a chronic schizophrenic, paranoid, or other psychotic disorder of at least 2 years' duration that has caused more than a minimal limitation of ability to do basic work activities, with symptoms or signs currently attenuated by medication or psychosocial support, and one of the following:

1. Repeated episodes of decompensation, each of extended duration; or

2. A residual disease process that has resulted in such marginal adjustment, that even a minimal increase in mental demands or change in the environment would be predicted to cause the individual to decompensate; or

3. Current history of 1 or more years' inability to function outside a highly supportive living arrangement, with an indication of continued need for such an arrangement.

12.04 Affective disorders: Characterized by a disturbance of mood, accompanied by a full or partial manic or depressive syndrome. Mood refers to a prolonged emotion that colors the whole psychic life; it generally involves either depression or elation.

The required level of severity for these disorders is met when the requirements in both A and B are satisfied, or when the requirements in C are satisfied.

A. Medically documented persistence, either continuous or intermittent, of one of the following:

1. Depressive syndrome characterized by at least four of the following:

a. Anhedonia or pervasive loss of interest in almost all activities; or

b. Appetite disturbance with change in weight; or

c. Sleep disturbance; or

d. Psychomotor agitation or retardation; or

e. Decreased energy; or

f. Feelings of guilt or worthlessness; or

g. Difficulty concentrating or thinking; or

h. Thoughts of suicide; or

i. Hallucinations, delusions, or paranoid thinking; or

2. Manic syndrome characterized by at least three of the following:

a. Hyperactivity; or

b. Pressure of speech; or

c. Flight of ideas; or

d. Inflated self-esteem; or

e. Decreased need for sleep; or

f. Easy distractibility; or

g. Involvement in activities that have a high probability of painful consequences which are not recognized; or

h. Hallucinations, delusions or paranoid thinking; or

3. Bipolar syndrome with a history of episodic periods manifested by the full symptomatic picture of both manic and depressive syndromes (and currently characterized by either or both syndromes);

AND

B. Resulting in at least two of the following:

1. Marked restriction of activities of daily living; or

2. Marked difficulties in maintaining social functioning; or

3. Marked difficulties in maintaining concentration, persistence, or pace; or

4. Repeated episodes of decompensation, each of extended duration;

OR

C. Medically documented history of a chronic affective disorder of at least 2 years' duration that has caused more than a minimal limitation of ability to do basic work activities, with symptoms or signs currently attenuated by medication or psychosocial support, and one of the following:

1. Repeated episodes of decompensation, each of extended duration; or

2. A residual disease process that has resulted in such marginal adjustment that even a minimal increase in mental demands or change in the environment would be predicted to cause the individual to decompensate; or

3. Current history of 1 or more years' inability to function outside a highly supportive living arrangement, with an indication of continued need for such an arrangement.

http://www.ssa.gov/disability/professionals/bluebook/12.00-MentalDisorders-Adult.htm#12_03






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