PIA, TPI and SISIP

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Re: PIA, TPI and SISIP

Post by Vet1234 on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 15:22

That's right Trooper. On my recent PIA approval, "approved rehabilitation plan" was listed on key evidence and reasons for approval. It's also true that a member's rehabilitation does not have to be vocational, or result in the member being able to gain suitable gainful employment. Psycho social rehab for coping skills, physio for strength, or medication and strategies to deal with a permanent health condition can all be "approved rehabilitation plans" that are aimed to improve a members quality of life.
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Re: PIA, TPI and SISIP

Post by Guest on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 15:34

Vet1234,

Excellent.

Good stuff, and Thank You!

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Post by Guest on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 16:28

ok nemo good stuff .

you can apply for all of these things at one time as I did it should be a lot easier that way .

contact your CM and ask her for the applications for all of these .

if you don't have a CM call DVA and ask for the applications and a CM .

the CM can come to your place sit down with you and go through all of your applications and they can make it really simple . if I recall PIA and sup was one page .

and that's really it beside the doctors part you don't do and the waiting game .

you should really apply for these benefits buds like yesterday .

on top of that apply for the DTC and depending on your age take advantage of the RDSP .

apply apply apply

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Re: PIA, TPI and SISIP

Post by Guest on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 16:43

oh on the rehab part mine was seeing the same doctors I was already seeing . rehab is meant in general not as a specific as in VOC rehab . it includes ALL rehab such as physical rehab .

I myself did not qualify for VOC rehab as I suspect you don't . sooo what you will need to think about as a goal for your rehab such as getting better use of your legs , having less pain in your legs or whatever you know yourself the best and what you want .

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Re: PIA, TPI and SISIP

Post by fuzzman121 on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 12:30

Got a quick question gents. If you were collecting LTD as well as ELB and was wanting to work part time a few hours a week would I have to report the earnings to SISIP and VAC. It would seem self defeating to me. Would both VAC and Sisip deduct any earnings? Just a thought as I know a guy thinking of doing this and cautioned him to check it out. Any thoughts would be appreciated

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Re: PIA, TPI and SISIP

Post by Vet1234 on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 12:33

They deduct all earnings. The Cons had a plan to allow up to $10,000 earnings before deducting anything, but it never came to fruition and the Libs are in power now.
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Post by johnny211 on Tue 06 Dec 2016, 17:57

Fuzzman121 - Neat handle by the way, that's how my head feels most days ,lol. Ya, I would caution him on doing that also, especially if deemed TPI. Maybe he can do some volunteering on the side, if he wants to feel productive. I know it's hard for any of us to admit we are fracked. But once ELB/EELB, like you say I would be afraid the big machine, would pull the money plug on him. Like a lot on here, we have all been burned, and have little faith in the man now..or maybe Johnnys ptsd is on the usual paranoid state,,affraid lol
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