Can my Adult Disabled Child Get SSDI?

Yes, if either parent has worked sufficient work quarters and either parent is collecting Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Social Security Retirement.
The now adult disabled child can collect SSDI based on either parent’s work history. While living, the adult child will be eligible to receive fifty percent of the parent with the highest Social Security payment without any reduction in benefit for the parent. In addition, after twenty-four months, the adult child will be eligible for Medicare. If the adult child also receives Medicaid, Medicaid pays the Medicare premiums, and there will not be a four thousand dollar prescription donut whole, allowing the adult disabled child to have no out-of-pocket expenses for prescriptions and medical care.
When the parent passes away, the benefit will increase to seventy-five percent of the decedent’s SSDI check.