Where do I get disability forms?

Online.

Finding driver-related disability forms – such as those for disabled drivers’ license plates and parking placards – takes no more effort than visiting the Web site of your state’s DMV or motor vehicle agency, downloading the form (most are in PDF format), and printing it.

On the Web site, you can also find instructions for completing the forms, as well as any special medical documents you need to present with them and any medical checkups and doctors’ signatures you need to obtain.

Other Disability Forms

If you’re looking for other disability forms – such as benefit claims supporting forms and Medicare prescription drug help forms – you can get them from the Social Security Administration (SSA). Visit the agency’s Web site or your local SSA office, or contact the agency at (800) 772-1213.

Also keep in mind that most states provide residents with disability forms and information through state agencies, too. In West Virginia, for example, you can obtain disability-related forms and guides from the Department of Health and Human Resources, and Florida’s Department of Health provides Division of Disability area offices throughout the state.

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