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Curious has anyone been approved SHA while TDIU?

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The SHA grant requires that you be P&T  I see nothing about being on TDIU or scheduler.  Are you P&T?  If yes IMHO you should apply if your doctor agrees.

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6 hours ago, vetquest said:

The SHA grant requires that you be P&T  I see nothing about being on TDIU or scheduler.  Are you P&T?  If yes IMHO you should apply if your doctor agrees.

I am P&T and a decision is about to be made.

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Please keep me informed so I can tell someone else about this.

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Will do. I am seeing my updated status looks like i will  be approved for 3 grants. I would tell other P&T vets to apply if they own a home. The VA writes the SHA to appear only vets who are blind or without a limb to only be the qualification for SHA approval. I put in for the SHA anyways which is worth the try since I am P&T.

THIS IS THE STATUS

 

Specially Adapted Housing Entitlement
Maximum grants allowed: 3
Grants used so far: 0
Maximum grant amount allowed: 17130 (AH Type Grant) or 85645 (PH Type Grant)
Grant amount used so far: 0.0
Grant amount remaining: Max
Current rating code: Not Assigned
Currently Active Grant
Grant Number: N\/A
Reference Number: 190691
Application Date:  
Recent Status: Waiting for the Veteran Service Center to provide rating information.
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