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Svr Wed 08.25.2010 Topic Champva

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Host: Jerrel Cook

Topic: ChampVA Guest from ChampVA

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Folks this is going to be a show for the folks who ether have or plan tp have Champ VA.

Pull up a couple of chairs in front of the computer, get your significant other to join you and we can learn together.

Best of all, it is Fun, it is Free and it is very informative. Hadit has a real winner here.

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Yes= I hope everyone marks their calendars for this show.

This is a wonderful benefit and as John inferred- one never knows if they aren't 100% SC P & T today -when their disability could raise to that level in the future.

CHAMPVA is also awarded to survivors whose deaths were service connected.

My CHAMPVA letter came separately from my first award letter over a decade ago.The VA letter made it clear that I had to apply to become considered for eligibility under CHAMPVA.

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Yes= I hope everyone marks their calendars for this show.

This is a wonderful benefit and as John inferred- one never knows if they aren't 100% SC P & T today -when their disability could raise to that level in the future.

CHAMPVA is also awarded to survivors whose spouse's deaths were service connected.

My CHAMPVA letter came separately from my first award letter over a decade ago.Maybe that format has changed.The VA letter made it clear that I had to apply to become considered for eligibility under CHAMPVA.One can apply on line these days at the CHAMPVA web site.

Also a CHAMPVA recipient must apply for Medicare Part A and Part B when they reach Medicare age.

I have both and have never had any problem whatsoever regarding this benefit and my health care providers and the costly med tests we often have to have. And I pay a very small prescription fee due to CHAMPVA.

This show will be great!

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Our guest tonight August 25, 2010 5:30 PM CDT is

Glenn A. JohnsonChief of Communications

Department of Veterans Affairs

Health Administration Center

He will be discussing ChampVA

You can listen live the links for both Windows and Mac are the top of the home page of HadIt.com http://www.hadit.com

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https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/371602417

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