My father and I have spent the last few months going thru the hassel to get my mother on disability. They rushed her application and we got the results last week. They found her disabled as of Feb 2005. They are allowed to pay her a year retro and they did. We are wondering about medicare. I know when we applied for her disability they said you have to be receiving disability payments for 2 years before you can get on medicare..why I don't know. Anyways, does anyone know if this retro payment for one year counts as one of the two years. How about the time going back to when they find her disabled..feb 2005? My father is going to try and call tomorrow but he is not so good at this stuff and thought I would ask if anyone knows or has had this experience.
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