If the claimant's allegations of family size and AFDC payment amount match the appropriate
chart amounts, take the difference between the grant amount for that family size and
the grant amount with the SSI applicant removed. (If more than one person is applying
for SSI, see SI 00830.400D.11.) The amount determined by this method is unearned income for the SSI applicant.
Document the file with a separate Report of Contact (RC) showing the computation.
Verification may be done postadjudicatively .
The Ohio Department of Human Service pays a flat grant amount regardless of grant
composition. The AFDC grant does not differentiate between children on the grant and
parent(s) on the grant. A grant amount for three could be for children and adults
or for children only. The money amount of the grant will be the same. In determining
the AFDC income of the SSI applicant, take the grant amount with the applicant removed
and subtract it from the AFDC grant amount as if the applicant was still included.
For example, if an assistance group currently includes one parent and two children,
the current grant amount would be the payment standard for three. If the applicant
is removed, the assistance group becomes two and the grant amount, the payment standard
for two. The AFDC income of the applicant would be the difference between the two