Social Security Wants Your Feedback

The Social Security Administration has hired researchers at the UCSF Disability Statistics Center to conduct a needs assessment to find out how they can better communicate with their beneficiaries who have disabilities.  They want to know more about your experience applying for Social Security benefits and your interactions with the Social Security Administration.

If you are a person with a disability–cognitive, hearing, vision, physical or other–who receives SSI, SSDI, or retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration, the researchers would like to talk with you. Phone interviews will be approximately a 30-45 minutes long.

For more information, or to participate, call  (855) 209-9538 (toll-free) to leave your name and number. A UCSF researcher will call you back to tell you more about the study.  Or you can email [email protected].

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