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'Dumped' from case management, says advocate

Post by Dannypaj on Mon 18 Dec 2017, 7:35 am

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/vets-pension-liberals-1.4451842

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Post by Trooper on Mon 18 Dec 2017, 5:02 pm

Dannypaj wrote:http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/vets-pension-liberals-1.4451842

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vets-pension-liberals..is the www. it falls under.

Comments are resounding throughout the Internet.

Number one being,
Please, always support your troops at all costs
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I wouldn't say CM's are dumping Veterans. Case Managers are not meant to hang on to any one Veteran forever, they have a task to complete with the Veteran, and once that task is complete, they move on to other Veterans to take care of until they finish looking after them. That is the purpose of Case Managers.

The problem is not Case Managers, it's the New Veterans Charter with all of it's half ass benefits that put Veterans in a spin of turmoil looking for help to apply for those benefits.

Case Managers for the most part do their job well, and serve their clients well. We all know from experiences, and what we hear or read that there's always the possibility of getting a Case Manager who is not very helpful, and in some cases the Veteran would be better off with no Case Manager. That's just the way it is, but there's alternative ways to get the help needed, ask for another CM, or ask for guidance from the 800 number.

I know that pre 2006 during the Pension Act days it was common to have a Case Manager visit your home, and in only one visit, all allowances, and the VIP could be handled, and shortly thereafter approved. There was no need for future use of your Case Manager unless you were looking for an increase in any of your granted allowances. One more solid piece of info that proves the merits of the pension act compared to the now, NVC.
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