When we evaluate your functioning, we will look at whether you do the things that
other children your age typically do or whether you have limitations and restrictions
because of your medically determinable impairment(s). We will also look at how well
you do the activities and how much help you need from your family, teachers, or others.
Information about what you can and cannot do, and how you function on a day-to-day
basis at home, school, and in the community, allows us to compare your activities
to the activities of children your age who do not have impairments.