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Under social security regulations, social security disability automatically is converted to a retirement benefit upon the disabled person reaching their full retirement age---which is 66 years old at the present time. It is not possible to make a disability claim with social security after full retirement age.
In your case it would not make any difference though. Disability does not pay more than retirement. In fact the way that a disability benefit is calculated is that social security looks at the retirement benefit you would be eligible for at full retirement age and that is the benefit paid to a person who becomes disabled prior to full retirement age'
So, even if you could switch to a disability benefit at or after age 66, there would be no increase in monthly benefit paid by social security to you.
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