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For those with too much time on their hands, check out table board hobbies; i.e., Warhammer 40,0000;
Dungeons & Dragons; and others of their ilk. These provide varied and interesting features:
Complex Mind Candy involving reading, rules, creating
strategies and tactics;
Model Building that allows additions of your own choosing to
Model Painting to your own creative design;
Socializing face to face with others to play the games;
Playing with the models on table boards to win objectives
with quests and barriers to overcome.
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indyro wrote:for sleep apnea it helps to have the sleep study done...the results of the sleep apena, and the rx of a CPAP machine is a 50% disabilityI just went through the requirements. I have mild sleep apnea, it is in my records but the VSO wanted proof I have one. All I have besides my medical records showing I have apnea, is the TRIWEST paperwork showing I was authorized one and the company I receive the machine and supplies from. What is required in your opinion. I have had the machine for about 2 years and have 2 years left in the NAVY,
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Get your medical Records Organized
before you leave the
copies (numbers of copies are determined by how many different medical problems
you have) in your medical records also make the copies all one sided (This
makes it easier to read when the VA REP. makes your very first evaluation which
is the most importation evaluation). Be
certain that you keep the original copy and spare copy (an heir and a spare) in
a safe spot and place in a binder.
Keep the original in a fireproof location and the copies in a different
place so you won’t lose both copy and original in a disaster.
Buy several packages of binder dividers and mark each one with each
medical problem that you have! Place
each medical sheet in the proper section and in chronological order plus cross
the parts on each sheet that do not pertain to the section that it is in. NOTE!
One medical sheet may appear in several different medical problem
sections; this is way you will need so many copies.
You will need sections for physicals, X-rays, dental, blood work and any
Make, should you keep the original organized copy and its spare copy in
a safe place and place in a binder. Keep
the original copy and original organized copy in a different place then two
spare copies. You need several copies of
the organized medical records for working copies; etc: find information of
claims, or giving the VA a copy.
Do not forget, to make a civilian organized medical record but keep it
separated from your service records!!
The most importation physical is your last one before you get out or
retire. GET A COPY BEFORE IT LEAVES YOUR
COMMAND!!! I did NOT get mine and when I
tire to get a copy from HQ in Washington DC, it was no were to be found!!! I talked to a retiree working in personnel
and he could not get a copy of his retirement physical either.
In general, always keep copy of every piece of paper that comes your way
with your name on it. Especially, when
your military records are purge, get and keep them organized and in a save
attachments to VA forms need the following information printed on the top:
a. “VA Form 'NUMBER' Continued”
attachments to VA forms need the following information printed on the bottom:
b. Your full name
Your SS number
Your VA case number
Your complete address
Your phone number with area code
g. Number all pages in the following form. Ex:
1-12, 2-12 etc.
NOTE: If you
have a lot attachment, you may want to have a stamp made with the above
information on it. Plus all you additional paper work should be typed or
VETERANS SERVICE ORGANIZATION
American PTSD Association
American VETS Wash STATE.
(Disabled American Veterans)
ORDER OF PURPLE HEART
(Paralyzed Veterans of American)
(Vietnam Veterans of American)
(Veterans of Foreign Wars)
Medical CTR MEDICAL) Seattle WA
(Washington State VA)
1-877-838-7787 (Centralized Admission)
OUTREACH VET CENTERS
A short Case Study of
problems and pit falls of the process of injury on active duty, to medical
discharge, and then through the Veteran Affairs system!
brought out in the above links:
You’re the one that need to be one top of your
records & the process.
Find out what the process for your service uses
and what is need to complete the process.
Make sure that all paperwork is completed.
Every time on Sick Call make sure you always
talk about you injury;
If the Doctor does not document the information, you should keep your
Know what the legal description of your injury
and what additional description may apply.
Make at less two copies of everything.
All paper work sent or received need to be
tracked, dated and filed.
IF YOU WANT MORE INFORMATION,
PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT email@example.com.
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