I suppose Terri also receives disability pay. Nice!
I know you probably didn't expect a response to this, but after working as an appellate paralegal for a firm that did nothing but social security disability (SSD) work, I feel like responding.
Terri has been like this since she was 25. Most 25 year olds don't have enough lifetime earnings to qualify for SSD (and if they do, the amount they'd get is negligible). Moreover, the initial application evaluators deny 97% of all claims, which leads to a hearing. Of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) decisions that I've read and appealed (well over 300 different judges), I can say with a fair degree of certainty that no judge would grant benefits in a case with as many discrepancies as this one has.
(Disclaimer: What I've just stated is my opinion based on work experience, and should not be taken for any more than that)