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Persons who consider themselves totally disabled from participating in active living and from returning to the workforce face significant barriers due to social, economic, medical and functional restrictions. The medical and psychological barriers coupled with low self-esteem and the lack of currently marketable skills results in this specific population’s inability to participate in active living and to secure competitive employment. Individuals who have diagnoses such as chronic pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or repetitive strain injuries that do not resolve, and chronic psychiatric difficulties also fall into this category.
Individuals who have been in receipt of financial benefits in excess of 6 to 12 months face significant barriers to actively returning to their communities and to the work force. Many such individuals require psychological intervention, medical management, social supports, vocational training periods, extended work adjustments and, in most circumstances, assistance in securing employment.
Highly individualized services are required for such complex cases, which are not easy to disentangle. To date, the unique services required to resolve such cases have not been readily available.
The Complex Claimants Rehabilitation Program is designed to provide suitable candidates with individualized comprehensive rehabilitation services, which are delivered by a Interdisciplinary Health Team.
Overall, the Complex Claimants Rehabilitation Program is designed to provide the participants with specific skills, which will re-integrate them back into their communities and back into the work force. Through successful participation in the Complex Claimants Rehabilitation Program, the participants are prepared to acquire the skills and confidence to pursue and maintain gainful employment.
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This manual was created by Dr. Capitano, DC. It’s a culmination of his 25 years of work in the field of Disability Medicine. This document has been developed to address the specific barriers faced by persons who consider themselves to be disabled from there occupation either partially or totally.