An elderly disabled person (and spouse if present), who cannot buy and prepare their own food, can qualify for separate SNAP unit status if the gross nonexempt income of the other people they live with does not exceed the amounts listed below.
Determine the amount of income to be used as follows:
3. If the elderly disabled person(s) qualifies for separate SNAP unit status, determine their eligibility and benefit amount separately. See PM 05-04-02 for how to treat expenses shared by persons living together.
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