Judges always ask about daily activities. They ask “How do you spend a usual day”. They use your description to figure out whether or not your daily activities are consistent with the symptoms and limitations you’ve described regarding your social security disability case.
Find out more in this video about how to describe your daily activities at your social security hearing.
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How To Describe Your Daily Activities At Your Social Security Disability Hearing
Who should get copies of my Advance Directive?
After signing your Advance Directive you should give a copy to your heath care representative(s), your physicians, family members, your attorney, and anyone else that may be involved with your health care. Keep a list of persons who have a copy of your Advance Directive. If you later change or revoke your Advance Directive, you will want to destroy the outdated copies.
Is an Advance Directive the same as mercy killing?
No. The law governing Advance Directives does not condone, authorize, or approve mercy killing, or permit a deliberate act to end life. Instead, an Advance Directive allows you to express your wishes and your choices concerning your health care and life sustaining treatment.
Can anyone make me complete an Advance Directive even if I do not want to?
Absolutely not. It is illegal for anyone to require that you execute an Advance Directive as a condition of receiving health care services or health insurance coverage.
I would like to be an organ donor. Can my Advance Directive indicate that I want to be an organ donor?
Yes. You can include any special instructions you want in your Advance Directive. You can also include any restrictions you want on how your representative will make decisions for you. You can include instructions for health care providers to follow if you become unable to direct your care.