If the individual's response changes the proposed cessation from one non-medical basis
to another non-medical basis (e.g., whereabouts unknown to failure to follow prescribed treatment),
the adjudicator will send a second pre-determination notice and diary for follow-up,
etc. In such a case, the cessation date depends on the new non-medical basis for the
SSA does not require a second pre-determination notice when changing the cessation
date to a date later than the date mentioned in the original pre-determination notice,
provided that there is no change in the basis (e.g., blind to disabled).