In response to the Social Security Administration's revisions to the mental disorder listings, effective January 17, 2017, the SOAR TA Center developed comprehensive new resources and tools for the SOAR Community.
This page features links to the updated information and will continue to be updated with any future changes.
The plan should be reviewed and changes documented at each contact.
Bright Grey has now rebranded to Royal London as the mutual confirmed it would move to a single protection business bringing together “the best elements of the Bright Grey and Scottish Provident brands’ by the end of the year...
Scottish Widows has unveiled details of its new protection product range, which will include reducing, relevant and increasing life term, stand-alone critical illness and life with critical illness plans...
Healthcare professionals should be aware that – like all people receiving care in the NHS – people with CFS/ME have the right to refuse or withdraw from any component of their care plan without this affecting other aspects of their care, or future choices about care.
Healthcare professionals should recognise that the person with CFS/ME is in charge of the aims and goals of the overall management plan.