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  1. By: Chelsea Goldstein, Dysautonomia Information Network Perhaps, you've worked with your boss to make accommodations for your health at your job. You've been open with coworkers about your dysautonomia, and you've developed a handbook of pretty clever tricks to get through your workdays. Maybe you've even changed jobs in an effort to find a career that doesn't make you sick. Even still, you've used up all of your PTO, you can barely function when you get home from work, and weekends are consumed by trying to "heal" as much as possible so you can do it all over again next week. If thi
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  3. Hi everyone, I'm starting the process of disability and starting by trying to get my POTS specialist to write me a letter for disability. This is what he said, "one concern i have about the whole picture is why you have disabling symptoms seated at a desk pots symptoms should be limited to standing, not seated i will have to look into this if i can find data on pots symptoms while seated ill write the letter if there is nothing on that then it becomes difficult to explain" In other words he thinks I can work if I can sit at a desk. I'm really bad of and some days can't get out of bed. Does a
  4. Just wanted to let you gals and guys that I received my approval letter today. I'm 34 and the judge voted in entirety for me being fully disabled. I never expected it, even these past 2 years its been going. I figured mine would be such an odd case. But, it was how i explained it to the judge how it affected me inside and out, who i am, what i was, etc..... and what it has taken away from me (the disease(s))...... my attorney said that was what got it. The judge truly believed every word i said, and he knew my educational background too and all. I'm very thankful, no..... im extremely th
  5. Hi, POTS community ~ At my physician's suggestion, I am hoping that someone within the POTS community could recommend a social security disability in North Carolina (specifically the Raleigh area) that is familiar with POTS and has successfully handled an appeal. Thank you!
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