Due to a settlement with the American Council of the Blind, the Social Security Administration now offers new ways to receive communications from them. Options include Braille, Microsoft Word on a CD-ROM, or regular print with a follow-up phone call to read the information. The braille and CD options start on April 15. Email is not an included option, but you can call a phone number to request a format not listed.Source: Go to source
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