Social Security Disability application asked me if I am receiving public disability benefit and Im wondering if WEA Trust LTD is a public disability benefit?

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WEA Trust LTD is private, long-term disability insurance you receive through your employment through a Wisconsin school district that has a group LTD plan with WEA Trust. It is not a public disability benefit.
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