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It would be impossible for me to say whether or not your child can receive SSDI benefits. This is a rigorous process and depends on the extent of a child's disability. Simply having ADHD does not qualify a person for SSDI, it would be based on the severity of symptoms and how those symptoms impact your child's life.
According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the definition of a disability is:
The child must have a physical or mental condition(s) that very seriously limits his or her activities; and
The condition(s) must have lasted, or be expected to last, at least 1 year or result in death.
If you believe your child fits this description and you want to know more, I would suggest contacting your local social security office and requesting the forms to file for SSDI.
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