Question: Is bipolar considered a disability?

Bipolar disorder is considered a disability under the ADA, just like blindness or multiple sclerosis. You may also qualify for Social Security benefits if you cant work.

How do you prove bipolar disability?

To qualify on the basis of bipolar disorder, you must have at least three of the following symptoms:unnaturally fast, frenzied speech.quickly changing ideas and thought patterns.inflated self-esteem (usually with false beliefs)decreased need for sleep.distractibility.More items

How long does it take to get disability for bipolar disorder?

Typically, it will take three to five months to get a decision on your application. If approved, the SSA will begin paying benefits immediately.

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