If you are over 18, you could qualify for benefits as a "disabled adult child." ( Disabled children and teens under the age of 18 can receive SSI disability benefits.
If they are disabled, they can speed up the application process if they complete an Adult Disability Report and have it available at the time of their appointment.
An adult who first becomes disabled before turning 22 years of age may, under certain circumstance, qualify for child’s benefits for Social Security Disability (SSD). The Social Security Administration (SSA) defines a Disabled Adult Child (DAC) as someone who becomes disabled.
If you are a disabled adult child or if you have a disabled adult child, the child may be eligible for Social Security disability payments. It is important to understand.