Characteristics of recipients of aid to the blind August 1962. by California. Dept. of Social Welfare.

Cover of: Characteristics of recipients of aid to the blind | California. Dept. of Social Welfare.

Published in [Sacramento] .

Written in English

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  • Blind -- California -- Statistics.

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StatementPrepared by Research and Statistics.
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LC ClassificationsHV86 .C518 no. 19
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 25 p.
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL6010910M
LC Control Number66065529

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What are the circum­. Recipients,” Social Security Bulletin, Augustpages ‘Welfare agencies award payments to recipients aged 65 and over much more frequently in the aid to the blind program than in aid to the permanently totally dis- abled, where most recipients are transferred to old-age assistance at age What is AND and AB.

The Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND) and Aid to the Blind (AB) are programs that provide temporary cash assistance to individuals who are disabled and unable to work for 6 months or be judged blind without working capacity purpose of these programs is to give recipients an interim income until a Supplemental Security Income application is approved.

Among the three SSI models in Table 2, the presence of a medically needy program is significant at the level in the models for total SSI recipients and for blind and disabled SSI recipients. The number of blind and disabled recipients is further influenced by a State's choice to exercise the B option, which allows for more restrictive.

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