Food stamps do not count in Florida. You would not add them. If anything changes you would report the changes.
If you receive disability benefits, you must report your earnings or income from work AND any changes in your work activity.
If you are the representative payee for someone who receives disability benefits, you must report for the beneficiary.
WHAT YOU MUST REPORT
Report new income or any changes in work activity immediately
EARNINGS FROM WORK
All earnings (whether from wages, self- employment, or both)
If you start or stop work
If the amount of your pay or hours of work change
If you start paying for items or services that you need for work due to your disability (medicines, co-pays, medical devices, wheel chairs, therapy or counseling, transportation cost, etc.)
If you receive extra help to do your work because of your disability (extra breaks, a job coach, or a mentor).
OR IF YOU START RECEIVING ANY OF THE BENEFITS BELOW:
"Workers Compensation or Public Disability Benefits
Pensions from work not covered by Social Security
How often you receive payments
When the payments change or end"
"Directed government assistance, such as food stamps or medical vouchers, is not taxable or considered income. Because such assistance is not cash, it cannot be used to pay debts or for discretionary spending; it only has value when redeemed for particular goods or services." http://www.disabilitysecrets.com/page4-11.html