I’m Huda Albaaj from Manchester, New Hampshire. I live with my five-year-old son and husband. My son has autism, and he’s on Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSI helps me to cover expenses for him such as diapers and other necessities. Due to post-traumatic stress and diabetes, I am unable to work. My legs get numb and sometimes I feel like fainting when I stand for more than five minutes. I rely on SSI to care for my family, pay bills and my rent. Not having the support of SSI would likely make me more depressed.