Not sure why my second response didn't post, but I'll try to redraft it here. I am sorry you are not happy, but I hope clarification in response to your 7/29 1:55 statement turns that around.
OK, let's be more clear - there is NO SSDIB after FULL RETIREMENT AGE (FRA). No one in their 60s now enjoys an age 65 FRA so everyone now in their 60s, once they turn 66+, their disability CONVERTS automatically to retirement - and they get to keep the full SS amount they were able to take early, as disability. You need not take my word for it, see here: SCROLL TO PAGE 7 for
"When you reach full retirement age
If you’re receiving Social Security disability benefits,
your disability benefits automatically convert to retirement
benefits, but the amount remains the same."
So you see, it is impossible to find someone still getting Social Security Disability after their full retirement age,and full retirement age is no longer 65, but 66+.
Now, you didn't clarify in response to my stated presumption earlier - that you don't get disability by you may be getting retirement. You didn't refute that. If you are NOT getting the switched retirement, and ALL Social Security just stopped, then when it comes to disability, and IF you were still in the age range for disability when it stopped, that would be unusual at age 65. Technically, a "continuing disability review" could cause that, or, the SSA believing that you worked and earned more than SSDIB allows, but you don't indicate any such circumstances. Let me know if any of those existed.
But again, if you are getting SS retirement, then the above doesn't apply. Let me know, and we can figure this out.