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Authorization for Nonmedical Out-Of-Home Care
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A disabled person may be eligible for Social Security benefits covering nonmedical out-of-home care.
Form SSP 22 provides authorization for such benefits.
Family Law, Pro Bono
Advocacy for Low-Income Children with Disabilities in California
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SSP 22 (6/99)
"authorization for non-medical out-of-home care"
"department of health and humans services"
"board and care"
"county welfare department"
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