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Please provide your input on Disability Testing at Pacific University!

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by *GG*, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. *GG*

    *GG*

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    I am considering on getting the testing done to quantify my disability. If people can share their experience and what I should expect, I would greatly appreciate it!

    I would like to put my work career to rest and concentrate on living a more full and healthful life!
     
  2. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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    I am in Canada so not sure if it applies. I did not get any testing for disability. Previously I had a psychiatrist who ordered neuropsychological tests which showed slower brain processing in my brain etc. When it was time for my back to work program, my union rep arranged a meeting at my employers head office with them, union rep, and disability insurance rep. I had a letter from my CFS Special interest doctor saying I was not fit for any return to work. His knowledge of not going beyond limits and testing would be going beyond limkts. He also did my CPP disability which I got first time.

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