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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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VocRehab News

YouTube: GI Bill vs VA Vocational Rehabilitation, Which Is Better In 2018?

By Benjamin Krause | February 10, 2018

This is the age-old question for disabled veterans, the GI Bill vs VA Vocational Rehabilitation, where the answer tends to change every few years. Here is the answer for 2018. Veterans in our group, Disabled Veterans – Chapter 31 Voc Rehab, were pressed by Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors to use up their GI Bill prior to receiving benefits […]

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Voc Rehab Glitch

Shutdown Blues: No Rent Money For Thousands Of Disabled Veterans?

By Benjamin Krause | February 9, 2018

Many thousands of disabled veterans are likely still waiting for back pay, estimated $6 million in total, VA failed to pay due to a “glitch” following the last government shutdown three weeks ago. Despite promises from VA Voc Rehab to fix the problem, and that any shutdown would not impact benefits payments, many thousands of […]

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Government Shutdown

Is A ‘Government Shutdown’ Threat The New Norm? New Information On How Tonight’s Possible Government Shutdown Could Affect Your Veterans Benefits

By Benjamin Krause | February 8, 2018

Funding for the federal government will expire tonight at midnight, again, meaning the government shutdown vote is scheduled today or funds will run out. The last government shutdown started January 18, 2018, and thousands of disabled veterans are without payments following a glitch that may be linked to the shutdown. Tonight, the House of Representatives […]

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VA Voc Rehab Reasonable Accommodations At School, Home, Or Work

By Editorial Staff | February 6, 2018

Requesting reasonable accommodations (RA’s) can be an overwhelming process and most veterans do not know what they can get or how. Veterans tend to get bogged down in the process or lack the resources they need to receive the benefits or resources we need. Luckily, VA Vocational Rehabilitation is a program that can help if […]

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Rick Collin VA Vocational Rehabilitation Glitch

Trump Must Investigate Why VA Vocational Rehabilitation Failed 11,000 Veterans This Month

By Benjamin Krause | February 2, 2018

A computer glitch last month prevented VA Vocational Rehabilitation from paying its 11,000 student veterans subsistence payments they were promised, now, and President Trump needs to investigate why. Washington Post just exposed why disabled veterans receiving services from VA Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (Voc Rehab) did not receive money for rent, books and supplies in […]

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Ashland University GI Bill

Regulators Stop Ashford University From Accepting GI Bill Vets, For Now

By Benjamin Krause | November 17, 2017

Ashford University announced this week that it will no longer accept veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill under an agreement to temporarily suspend such enrollment. The decision was made after a lengthy and ongoing dispute between Ashford University and the Department of Veterans Affairs due to its physical location in the state of Iowa. The […]

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