Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have four children. Aaron, Barry, and Chloe are disabled and
Mrs. Johnson files SSI claims for all three children. None of the children, including
the ineligible child, Danny, has any income. The claims representative (CR) correctly
divides the deemed income equally between all three of the eligible children. Later
Chloe is found not disabled for SSI purposes. Mrs. Johnson decides not to pursue an
appeal. At that point, the CR recomputes the deeming back to the first month the children
are eligible for SSI payment. In the new computation, Chloe is an ineligible child
and the resulting deemed income is divided equally between Aaron and Barry.