1. Disabled workers under sixty-five (65) who have been employed long enough and recently enough under Social Security.
2. a person who became disabled before age twenty-two (22) if one of the parents who is covered by Social Security becomes disabled, retires with Social Security retirement benefits or dies.
3. a disabled widow or widower or a surviving divorced wife between the age of fifty to sixty (50-60) if the deceased spouse or ex-spouse was covered under Social Security.
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