New Resource for Individuals Who Provide Care

Woman helping her motherDuring National Caregivers Month, we recognize and celebrate caregivers who provide comfort and care for people of all ages living with disabilities and illnesses.

We work closely with caregivers who serve as representative payees and oversee Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefits for beneficiaries who are unable to manage their own benefits. To make it easier for these caregivers to do business with us, we created a Representative Payee Portal. The portal provides a convenient way for individual representative payees with a my Social Security account to manage direct deposit, wage reporting, and annual reporting for their beneficiaries.

You can learn more about becoming a representative payee and all the requirements by:

  • Visiting our representative payee website;
  • Watching our training videos on the duties of a representative payee; and
  • Reading publications from our representative payee library.




59 thoughts on “New Resource for Individuals Who Provide Care

  1. When you think about your life during old ages, you could be helpfull hands during your goldern times and those good things may happen to get you a good old days. Or else you should consider in life insurance audit yourselves for securing your future.

  2. What SS forms need to be completed to apply for disability survivor benefits for my disabled brother who is autistic and on medicine to prevent seizures? My brother is living with me as our parents are both deceased. What should I bring with me to provide adequate proof that he’s entitled to disability survivor benefits?

  3. One time, I helped an old woman to apply for SSI benefit. The office door will be opened at 8.45 but people must be online since 6AM in raining or cold weather and someone needs a restroom.
    How do the government help people ???

  4. Hi,
    My wife and I have been the primary caregivers for my mom for years. She was laid off due to corporate restructuring and I currently don’t make a lot myself. It’s become a lot more challenging financially, I’ve heard that SSA has programs that will assist a caregiver and pay them to take care of their loved one who has a qualified medical disability. For instance, my mother has a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s/dementia. Is this correct? If so what are the programs and how do we apply for them. Thanks

  5. My cousin who is living with me and I am his caregiver, take him to doctor’s appointment, buy groceries and prepare his meals ,do his laundry and all household chores. Can I get compensated for that? It’s a financial burden for me.

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