A: After you receive an award of SSD benefits, it’s likely the Social Security Administration will review your case periodically to make sure you still qualify for benefits. This is known as the continuing disability review. Most cases are reviewed every three years. When your case is reviewed, you will be asked to provide information about whether your condition has gotten better or worse since your application was approved, whether you’ve had any new education or training since then, and what medical treatment you’re currently receiving. If the SSA finds that you are no longer eligible for benefits, you must quickly appeal that decision. This is because you will continue getting benefits during your appeal if you file your appeal within ten days.