Definition of "SSI"
  1. Supplemental Security Income: a federal aid that offers financial assistance to individuals with limited resources who are either disabled, over 65 years old, or blind, primarily aimed at those not eligible for Social Security retirement or disability benefits
How to use "SSI" in a sentence
  1. Her disability made her eligible for SSI, easing her financial situation.
  2. At 66, John started receiving SSI as he no longer had a reliable source of income.
  3. Being blind with no immediate family for support, she found SSI immensely helpful.

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