TN 25 (08-23)
NL 00705.356 Continuing Disability Review (CDR) Continuance Notice (Children Under Age 16)
Social Security Administration
Supplemental Security Income
Claim Number: XXX-99-XXXXDC
Jane Doe for
City ST ZIP
PLEASE READ ALL OF THIS LETTER CAREFULLY
Earlier we wrote to tell you that we would review John Smith's disability case to
decide if they are still disabled. Now, we are writing to tell you that they are still
disabled under our rules. They will continue to receive Supplemental Security Income
(SSI) payments if they meet all the other requirements. Also, if they are getting
medical assistance based on SSI, their coverage should continue.
We Will Review John Smith's Case Again
We must review the cases of children who receive SSI based on disability to decide
if they are still disabled. Our rules require us to review, at least once every three
years, the cases of children whose health we think may improve. We may also review
their cases at other times, even if we do not think that their health may improve.
The doctors and other trained staff who decided that John Smith is still disabled
expect their health to improve. Therefore, we will review their case again in (Month/Year).
***[NOTE: Do NOT use the following treatment language if the child is their own payee.]
When we review John Smith's case again, we may ask you to show proof that they are
and have been receiving treatment that is medically necessary and available for their
condition. Before we ask for this proof, we will consider the nature of their condition.
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If you do not show proof of treatment when we ask you, and you do not have a good
reason why they are not receiving treatment, we may stop making payments to you and
select another payee for them if it is in their best interests.
We will send you a letter before we start the review. We will tell you then what information
we need. We will help you get any information you do not have.
Things To Remember
The decisions we made on John Smith's case are based on information we have now.
If this information changes, it could affect their SSI. For this reason, it is important
that you report changes right away. Be sure to tell us about any of the following
Their doctor says their health is better.
They move, or anyone else moves from or into their house.
There is a change in income or resources for them or members of the house.
They stop or start going to school regularly.
If You Disagree With The Decision
If you disagree with the decision, you have the right to appeal. We will review your
case again and consider any new facts you have. A person who did not make the first
decision will decide your case.
You have 60 days to ask for an appeal.
The 60 days start the day after you receive this letter. We assume you got this letter
5 days after the date on it unless you show us that you did not get it within the
You must have a good reason if you wait more than 60 days to ask for an appeal.
You have to ask for an appeal in writing. We will ask you to sign Form SSA-561-U2,
called “Request for Reconsideration.” Contact one of our offices if you want help.
How the Appeal Works
You have the right to review the facts in your case. You can give us more facts to
add to your file. Then we will decide your case again. You will not meet the person
who will decide your case.
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If You Want Help With Your Appeal
You can have a friend, lawyer, or someone else help you. There are groups that can
help you find a lawyer or give you free legal services if you qualify. There are also
lawyers who do not charge unless you win your appeal. Your local Social Security office
has a list of groups that can help you with your appeal.
If you get someone to help you, you should let us know. If you hire someone, we must
approve the fee before they can collect it.
If You Have Any Questions
If you have any questions you may call us toll-free at 1-800-772-1213, or call your
local Social Security office at [FO telephone number from TRIDE]. We can answer most
questions over the telephone. You can also write or visit any Social Security office.
The office that serves your area is located at:
[Field Office Address
City ST ZIP]
If you do call or visit an office, please have this letter with you. It will help
us answer your questions.