If an individual says he/she is unable to locate someone to act as a designated representative,
suggest the following possible sources for his/ her consideration:
Members of the local public health service,
If the individual refuses to designate a representative after being advised of the
requirement to have one, as a final action, offer to assist in finding someone willing
to act as the designated representative. (ODIO should ask the local FO to assist the
Use the following notice language to offer advice on finding a representative.
We are writing to you about your request for copies of medical records we used in
your  claim.
As we told you earlier, we require that you choose someone to receive your records.
This person will review the information and discuss it with you. Because this is medical
information, you may wish to choose a doctor or a health worker to review your records.
Since you have not yet chosen someone, we want to give you some suggestions about
groups who might be able to help. We have found that the following groups are often
willing to help people by reviewing their records:
local public health services,
When you give us the name and address of the person you want to review your medical
records, we will make sure they get the records. You may use the office address shown
above to send us this information.
If you have any questions, you may call, write or visit any Social Security office.
If you call or visit our office, please have this letter with you and ask for .
The telephone number is .
 a. Disability Insurance
b. Supplemental Security Income
 name of FO contact
 telephone number of FO contact