§ 3041.70. Verification of inability to work due to a disability.
Acceptable verification of inability to work due to a disability includes:
(1) In a single or two-parent or caretaker family, verification of the parents or caretakers disability shall include an assessment by a physician or psychologist that states the following:
(i) The condition causing the inability to work or to participate in education or training.
(ii) The manner in which the condition causing the disability prevents the parent or caretaker from providing care for the child.
(iii) The date the parent or caretaker is expected to return to work or resume participation in education or training or the date the parent or caretaker will be able to care for the child.
(2) In a two-parent or caretaker family, if the parent or caretaker with a disability submits written verification of disability payments from Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Workers Compensation, 100% of Veterans Disability or 100% of another type of work-related disability, that verification shall serve as permanent verification of the parents or caretakers inability to work.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 3041.48 (relating to eligibility of households including a parent or caretaker with a disability).
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