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Mr cue

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Ok I feel I really have a case for 4 yr the director of the vr&e has held medical devices from me that were grant.

They were aware of the problem I was have cooking feeding myself I have lost over 15lbs I take vitiam b12 shots my health has gone down have medical proof of this.

Progarm is to keep track of your health and make report never don

The program can last 24 months it been 4 yrs what is they puting in computer.

I have email with the regional drictor about this.

4 yr ilv I got a box of railing from hospital and ilv never would put them into my house.

I moved out my own house because I could handle thing ilv was aware not one referral any were.

Never referred for a&a now va hostipal is paying for 8 hrs of in home care.

My ? Is I wrote it and send it with damage amount. Do I still need to fill out there form.

 

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I understand this a little better now Independent Living Services-

This is something Asknod is familiar with ( hadit member Alex Graham)

I noticed there are quite a few ILP decisions at the board.

www.va.gov/vetapp18/files4/1820890.txt      granted he got a fishing pole

https://www.va.gov/vetapp18/files1/1802469.txt   contains the regulations

It seems you have a very legitimate gripe.

Do you have a formal denial decision f the services they did not give you?

Did you file a NOD on that denial?

www.va.gov/vetapp12/files3/1219493.txt    He got a home therapy spa-

Do you have a decision denying you what you asked for?

If so please scan and attach it here- (cover C file #,name, address prior to scanning it.

I am sure ASKNOD will see it-

It seems to me that you can appeal any ILP decision- it might be far better than trying to do a Tort claim---

For a Tort claim you would have to prove with evidence what they denied and why and that you have incurred additional disability at a ratable  level due to their negligence.....which also has to be medically proven.

I tried the Word press thing and it didn't work for me-

I am sure Alex would be able to give you the best advice-

 

 

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Berta said:

I understand this a little better now Independent Living Services-

This is something Asknod is familiar with ( hadit member Alex Graham)

I noticed there are quite a few ILP decisions at the board.

www.va.gov/vetapp18/files4/1820890.txt      granted he got a fishing pole

https://www.va.gov/vetapp18/files1/1802469.txt   contains the regulations

It seems you have a very legitimate gripe.

Do you have a formal denial decision f the services they did not give you?

Did you file a NOD on that denial?

www.va.gov/vetapp12/files3/1219493.txt    He got a home therapy spa-

Do you have a decision denying you what you asked for?

If so please scan and attach it here- (cover C file #,name, address prior to scanning it.

I am sure ASKNOD will see it-

It seems to me that you can appeal any ILP decision- it might be far better than trying to do a Tort claim---

For a Tort claim you would have to prove with evidence what they denied and why and that you have incurred additional disability at a ratable  level due to their negligence.....which also has to be medically proven.

I tried the Word press thing and it didn't work for me-

I am sure Alex would be able to give you the best advice-

 

 

 

 

 

If some one can help post that decision u may understand me more.

I have been accepted case send to d.c and the director will no purchase the item they told her to.

The head director of regional office has email her these are medical devices.

My tort will be base on this I never took b 12 shot. I am now 70 for depression and I have home care since she has done this.

If u are aware there are medical report that are to b put in the computer about any in ch 31 program. Never done for me and my case has been open 4 yr.

An Much more proof 

 

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Well, at least you have identified the problem.   You posted:

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The head director of regional office has email her these are medical devices.

Independent living program is not about medical devices.  There are other means to obtain medical devices.  For one, there is an adaptive housing grant, and I have no idea if you qualify or not.  

I agree with Berta; dont file a tort claim, file an appeal to the denial of your ILP device instead.  

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4 minutes ago, broncovet said:

Well, at least you have identified the problem.   You posted:

Independent living program is not about medical devices.  There are other means to obtain medical devices.  For one, there is an adaptive housing grant, and I have no idea if you qualify or not.  

I agree with Berta; dont file a tort claim, file an appeal to the denial of your ILP device instead.  

 

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