Social Security Disability Insurance (DI) is a core component of Social Security.  It insures workers who have suffered a serious and long-lasting disability, providing modest but vital income to support them and their families when they are unable to work.  Workers earn disability insurance protection by working and contributing to Social Security; as women’s labor force participation has increased, so has the importance of DI to women’s economic security. 

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