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VA Manual M28R Voc Rehab

VR&E’s New M28R: Know what They Know

VA Vocational Rehabilitation has long hidden behind a unknown shield where counselors approve and deny veterans in secret. [UPDATED 7/14/14: Get Updated 1,488 PDF M28R Here] What I mean by secret is that veterans were unable to generally find the justification VA would use when denying their claim for benefits in this arena. Recently, Voc […]
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VA Disability Rating

How To Get A Higher Disability Rating

Whether fighting for a higher disability rating or filing your disability claim with Dept. of Veterans Affairs, this article has insider tips that win. How To Manage Your VA Claim For Disability Compensation Filing disability claims with the Dept of Veterans Affairs is tricky. Getting documentation together for one disability claim can be a full-time […]
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Denied VocRehab

How To Get Denied VA Voc Rehab

Go straight to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. There are 3 main ways that qualified disabled veterans fail to get approval to use the benefit. The purpose of this article is to point out some specific “don’t say that, moron,” type issues during your first meeting with a Voc Rehab professional. […]
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Biggest Lies Voc Rehab Tells Disabled Veterans

By Benjamin Krause | September 24, 2010

<a href=”https://www.disabledveterans.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Pinocchio.png”><img src=”https://www.disabledveterans.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Pinocchio.png” alt=”Vocational Rehabilitation” width=”860″ height=”775″ /></a> Many veterans fight with VA Vocational Rehabilitation for years before figuring out that program administrators are straight up lying to them about what the program can do for any veteran. Want to know what those lies are before you fall victim? Thousands of disabled veterans apply for […]

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Does VA Voc Rehab pick your college?

By Benjamin Krause | September 2, 2010

The short answer is, “It depends.” They will pick it or at least push you in the direction of a public school. As in my last post, Voc Rehab wanted to push me to attend a public school. Did I have to attend a public school? No, I was able to convince Voc Rehab to […]

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Voc Rehab GI Bill

My First Voc Rehab Appointment

By Benjamin Krause | July 24, 2010

I decided to write a chronological summary of my time with “Voc Rehab.” Summary of Day 1: When meeting with the Chapter 31 Voc Rehab Counselor, be sure you know what you’re talking about. Do not accept simple “we don’t do that” explanations at face value. Regulations govern the decisions of Voc Rehab. Know what they are […]

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#1 Unofficial Guide – VA Vocational Rehabilitation

By Benjamin Krause | June 25, 2010

Cliff Notes from the Voc Rehab Survival Guide Here’s what they should be telling you: If you’re one of thousands of disabled veterans reading this, you’re likely looking for help through this crazy Voc Rehab process designed to serve our nation’s disabled veterans. This process, formally called Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E), has […]

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#1 Unofficial Guide – Win Your VA Chapter 31 Voc Rehab Claim

By Benjamin Krause | June 25, 2010

If you’re one of thousands of disabled veterans reading this, you’re likely looking for help through this crazy Voc Rehab process designed to serve our nation’s disabled veterans. Updated December 5, 2017.

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Vocational Rehabilitation

Get Voc Rehab Counselor Approval for Almost Anything

By Benjamin Krause | April 28, 2010

Get what you want from your Voc Rehab Counselor The right recipe. When I cook, it’s an experiment. On many occasions I like to just take things that I have at hand, throw them all into the pot and see what comes out. Sometimes I hit a home run and sometimes the dogs won’t eat […]

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