Statement Presented by The National Association of Disability Examiners Jennifer Pounds, President Presented to the Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security United States House of Representatives September 6, 2017 Chairman Johnson, Ranking Member Larson and Members of the Subcommittee on Social Security, Committee on Ways and Means: The National Association of Disability Examiners (NADE) sincerely appreciates … Read More
A new Notice of Proposed Rule Making for Medical Evidence has been posted. Check it out: NPRM Medical Evidence.
At the 2016 National NADE conference in Aurora, Colorado, the winners of the national newsletter contest were decided. The winners have been declared as the Tar Heel Association of Disability Examiners, or THADE, and a copy of the winning article can be found on the news section of this website, under the 2016 conference area, as well as at this … Read More
This year marks the 80th birthday of the Social Security Administration, but we thought it would be interesting to see what was going on in Social Security Disability law fifty years ago, in 1965. The Social Security Amendments of 1965 had the following effects: Changed the duration requirement from “indefinite” to lasting or expected to last 12 months. Limited attorney’s … Read More
The Social Security Administration (SSA), its Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and the Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office today announced a new Cooperative Disability Investigations (CDI) Unit in Providence, Rhode Island. As part of the nationwide CDI Program, the Providence Unit will identify and prevent Social Security disability fraud throughout the State of Rhode Island. CDI is one of … Read More
The document includes edits based upon tax committee and member feedback and input from the NADE mid-year board meeting in February 2015. Each chapter will have to file articles of incorporation. Please see the articles template that the state can use when filing. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact your regional director.
Disability claims adjudication and support is very sedentary work. Add to that the time we spend driving and watching TV, and it’s no wonder that disability examiners across the nation lament the ‘freshman fifteen:’ the weight new examiners gain in their first year of employ with DDS. Countless studies over the years have proven that sitting for hours at a … Read More
Budget for Fiscal Year 2015 Allows Agency to Restore Some Service Hours LaVenia LaVelle, Press Officer for SSA Social Security announces as a result of Congress’ approval of the fiscal year 2015 budget, the agency will expand its hours nationwide and offices will be open to the public for an additional hour on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, effective March … Read More
In May 2012, Judge John Allen was appointed Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge for the Social Security Administration (SSA). In that capacity, Judge Allen supports and shares oversight responsibility with the Chief Administrative Law Judge for SSA’s national hearing operation. Judge Allen was appointed Administrative Law Judge in April 2008 and initially assigned to the Columbus, Ohio hearing office. Thereafter, … Read More
THE NADE VIEW INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE’S INTERIM REPORT IMPROVING THE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY DECISION PROCESS After carefully reviewing the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Interim Report on Improving the Social Security Disability Decision Process, the National Association of Disability Examiners (NADE) offers the following comments on the committee’s early recommendations in this report. NADE is a professional association whose purpose is … Read More