|Dataset Full Name||2014 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) SSA Supplement|
|Dataset Acronym||SIPP SSA Supplement|
The Social Security Administration (SSA) utilizes data from the for various program purposes. However, SSA determined that the redesigned 2014 SIPP did not contain the information needed to support ongoing SSA programs. To address this lack of data, SSA funded a separate "follow-on" supplement survey of the 2014 SIPP respondents. Topics included in the Supplement primarily focus on the economic and social situation of people with disabilities and people in, or approaching, retirement. The supplement uses questions selected from previous SIPP panel topical modules regarding functional limitations and disability for adults and children, work disability, conditions causing the limitations, as well as income, retirement expectations, pensions, retirement accounts, and marital history.
The U.S. Census Bureau conducted the Social Security Administration Supplement (SSA Supplement) on behalf of the SSA. The sample consists of households that completed 2014 Wave 1 SIPP interviews. Data users can merge the 2014 SIPP data with the SSA Supplement data to examine the economic and social situation of older or disabled Americans.
SSA, Health status, Economic situation, Social situation, SIPP supplement, SIPP redesign
Social Security Administration (SSA) & U.S. Census Bureau
|Health Conditions/Disability Measures|
ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer's/dementia, Arthritis, Autism spectrum disorders, Cancer, Cardiovascular conditions, Cerebral palsy, Depression, Diabetes, Epilepsy or seizure disorder, Head or Spinal cord injury (SCI), Kidney/renal condition, Missing limbs/hand/finger/feet, Pulmonary disorders, Stroke, Thyroid disease, Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Cognitive disability, Communication impairment, Developmental disabilities,
Functional limitations (ADLs and/or IADLs), Hearing disability, Independent
living disability, Intellectual disability,Mental health disability, Physical
disability, Self-care disability, Special equipment use/assistive technology,
Visual disability, Work limitation
|Measures/Outcomes of Interest|
Employment, Personal retirement accounts, Pensions, Marital history, Health status, Work disability, Adult disability, Child disability, Conditions causing disability, Age of disability onset
Households (limited to persons that completed the Wave 1 SIPP interview)
15,497 participating households (out of 29,502 eligible households in 2014 SIPP)
|Unit of Observation||
|Data Collection Mode||
CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews)
|Data Collection Frequency||
One time supplement to the 2014 SIPP
|Strengths and Limitations|
Data comparable to 2008 SIPP topical modules.
Contains information regarding disabilities that affect activities for adults (18+), Children (0-17), and employment, age of onset, condition(s) causing the limitation, and need for assistance related to performing ADL/IADLs.
To access additional household and person level information the SSA supplement can be linked with the 2014 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).
The Supplement suffered from a low response rate (52.2%). The data must be merged with the 2014 SIPP to access the additional household and individual level data collected in the SIPP survey.
|Data Access Requirements||
Public Use Dataset
Americans With Disabilities: 2014, Household Economic Studies, Current Population Reports (November 2018)
|Similar/Related Dataset(s)||Selected papers|
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