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Friday, 02 September 2011 00:35

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COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE DRUG CARDS

Please allow 5-7 business days for delivery.

*Large drug card orders for local county government, associations, and groups, please contact us at 1-888-788-NAIDW (6243) for ordering details.

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Thursday, 01 September 2011 23:29

Drug Card | NAIDW

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Drug Card Home | Drug Card | Pet Card | Pharmacies | Prescription Prices | FAQ


CLICK on the PRINT NOW button above to use the card immediately at your local pharmacy. With this card there are no deductibles or fees, no forms to complete and everyone qualifies (this card covers your entire household) and card can be used over and over. Note: to get the best discount on your medications please click on the "Prescription Prices" link near the top of this page and put in your medication and zip code — prices vary from pharmacy to pharmacy.

CLICK on the MAIL NOW button above and fill out the form to have permanent cards mailed to your home or office at No Cost. Please specify which cards you need like Pet, Spanish, or Drug Card. You can ask for some of each card to share with friends, family and neighbors. Note: For large quantities of drug cards please call the phone number above to speak to our Community Outreach Program Director with any other questions that you may have. Allow 5-7 Business Days to revice your cards.
 

INSTRUCTIONS: How does this valuable card work?

Simply give the card to the pharmacist and they will enter the codes in to their computer system. The card holder then becomes a member of one of America's Largest Rx Buying Groups. As a National Drug Card member, you have access to discounted prescription prices. Remember, with this card there are no deductibles, no fees, no paper work or forms to complete, everyone qualifies. This program covers your entire household and it is pre-activated and can be used immediately. Millions of people are struggling to afford healthcare. Prescription drugs are a large component of every family's budget. Our goal of helping people across the country save on their prescription medications is a MISSION worth joining. Best of all, it's FREE!

Individuals who will benefit the most include:

  • Those with no insurance including students
  • All pet owners
  • Those who may have insurance but have limitations like high deductibles, non-covered drugs, high copayments or caps on their benefits
  • Seniors who fall into the donut hole of their Medicare Part D
  • Employees who are in their waiting period for healthcare coverage
  • Employees who cannot afford COBRA payments when they lose their job
  • Employees who cannot afford to cover dependents

Our cards are always FREE and we require no personal information. Just present the card and save.

Thursday, 01 September 2011 23:01

Pet Card | NAIDW

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Drug Card Home | Drug Card | Pet Card | Pharmacies | Prescription Prices | FAQ


CLICK on the PRINT NOW button above to use the card immediately at your local pharmacy. With this card there are no deductibles or fees, no forms to complete and everyone qualifies (this card covers your entire household) and card can be used over and over. Note: to get the best discount on your medications please click on the "Prescription Prices" link near the top of this page and put in your medication and zip code — prices vary from pharmacy to pharmacy.

CLICK on the MAIL NOW button above and fill out the form to have permanent cards mailed to your home or office at No Cost. Please specify which cards you need like Pet, Spanish, or Drug Card. You can ask for some of each card to share with friends, family and neighbors. Note: For large quantities of drug cards please call the phone number above to speak to our Community Outreach Program Director with any other questions that you may have. Allow 5-7 Business Days to revice your cards.
 

PET MEDICATIONS AT YOUR LOCAL PHARMACY

It comes as a surprise to pet owners to find out that they can fill many of their veterinarian medication at a local pharmacy. While some drugs are for veterinarian use only, many are the exact same drugs used in human medicine, or close equivalents. The price difference between the human and veterinary medications can be substantial.
Example: " I paid $72 for a veterinarian pain medication that, when I refilled it at my local pharmacy only cost me $9 Great Savings - Thank you! " C. O'Neal, PA.

INSTRUCTIONS: How does the National Pet Drug Card work?

All you need to do is ask the veterinarian for a written prescription and take it to the pharmacy along with the Pet Drug Card. It is important to ask the veterinarian for the written prescription (before you check out) while you are in the consultation room with him/her and your pet. This will let the vet know that you prefer to have a written prescription that you can take to the pharmacy rather than have him/her fill the prescription at their office.

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Not every pharmacy is equipped to provide every animal medicine. Please check with your pharmacy to see if they can provide the medications you require for your animals. Pet drug card can also be use with live stock animals and other pets.
 
   
Thursday, 01 September 2011 19:33

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 22:07

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Tuesday, 30 August 2011 13:51

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As a Business Member of NAIDW you receive the same membership as individual members with the added benefits of:

  • A comprehensive business profile on our NAIDW.org website 
  • A free basic listing on our professional directory with the ability upgrade
  • The ability to easily gain web referrals and potential clients
  • The ability to network with other professionals 
  • The ability to reach out to our members and offer support and services if necessary. (NO SOLICITATION!)
  • And Much, Much,  More!

[gravityform id=16 ajax=true] National Association of Injured & Disabled Workers® | NAIDW, an An Illinois Not-For-Profit Corporation, located at P.O. Box 66 Fox Lake, IL 60020. Please do not hesitate to contact us at info@naidw.org if you have questions. Our telephone number is 888.788.NAIDW

Sunday, 28 August 2011 08:21

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2011 Summer Grant Recipients


 

Elizabeth Jennings: $1000.00 Medical Treatment Grant Recipient  

My name is Elizabeth Jennings.  I have been living in constant excruciating pain 24/7 since April of 2010. After the long medical journey I was finally correctly diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.  Scared of this disease, I threw myself into research regarding treatments for this incurable disease.  Remission appears possibly if treated aggressively and quickly. The lack of knowledge within the medical community is atrocious. The lack of treatment options is heartbreaking.  Awareness is the only hope I have of helping the community of people I have met through this catastrophic disease. For the thousands of people suffering with RSD/CRPS I hope to send my story to as many people as possible with the ambition of raising awareness.  NAIDW is helping me to reach those goals.  With the grant money I am able to participate in a treatment not covered by my insurance, but has shown 70% success rates of decreasing your pain.  NAIDW has given me hope. It is impossible for me to communicate effectively the amount of pain that RSD causes me on a daily basis.  If cutting my arm off had even the remote possibility of relieving even a small amount of the pain I would not hesitate.  I know there are many others out there suffering just like me, and many much worse.   My health is now in perpetual crisis, we have looming medical debt, and my marriage in a state of perpetual miscommunication.  It can all be overwhelming on a day-to-day basis to say the least. Yet somehow, I feel hope when I see progress as we try and work to grow into a stronger family unit throughout these years of hardship. Through NAIDW I hope we can all reach out and form a community along with our caretakers and medical teams to help bring a better understanding to not only Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, but also the effects of chronic pain, medication, and health care treatments on patients and family life. Thank you for taking the time to listen to my personal struggle with this disease. Thank you to NAIDW for this grant money that will help bring me out of my world of pain.   So far I’ve been kicked in the gut and punched in the face but I’m still swinging.  I refuse to give in to the disease for myself, for my family, and for anyone that has been afflicted with a chronic pain disease. Elizabeth Jennings


  

Erica Potter: $500.00 Medical Assistance Grant Recipient

My name is Erika Potter and I have a Chronic Disease called Lupus. Because of Lupus I had to stop teaching. I have to pay my bills from my disability now and they are building up and I have to choose what bills to pay each month with my limited funds. This Grant has helped me pay my bills down so I don't have to worry about when I can pay them next. Thank you NAIDW for helping me out in my time of need...


  

Robert (Bob) Dill: $500.00 Housing Assistance Grant Recipient

"I started my search on the internet.. just I guess looking for a shoulder to cry on. After being abused by the system, doctors, lawyers, and insurance carriers. I came across these guys.  Not only did I get that shoulder, but also valuable information and support Mr Arbay is awesome and the company that he keeps!" -  Bob Dill


 

Sheree Brown: $500.00 Housing and Child Education Grant Recipient 

I am so thankful,My children and I are jumping up and down ! Finally good news.The Lord had blessed us with a home my new landlord info is attached.He also cancelled that great debt of mine with F P L in the amount of $4,840.The debt incurred for 3 yrs from the time I had accident and could no longer work.I am still in pain each day,yet I remain thankful.I am most thankful for meeting NAIDW because you were the 1st people to "care", show "compassion", give me comfort and support.I will be honored to be a continued member as well as promote your cause in any way I am able.Attached also are my kids and grankids. Just had difficulty with my computer trying to send link to my landlord so I send another way.


 

2011 Winter Grant Recipients

 Rebecca Wojtyszka: $500.00 Child Education Grant Recipient

When I was first injured in 2008 I never expected that I would be where I am today. I had a daughter getting ready to graduate from high school and head off to college and I was not expecting to be put out of work. Today, three years later, I am still unable to go back to work and I am struggling just to help my daughter with her basic needs. Tessa is in her third year of college at West Virginia University and is studying Criminology. She is struggling on her own to be able to afford to go to such a large university and I just like to try my best to help her in whatever way I can. She has many loans to pay for her schooling and is still trying to make ends meet. Today, I am still looking for answers as to why I am still experiencing so much pain. I was a waitress for 23 years and I am not used to not being on the go all day long. It’s a struggle for me to even get out of bed every morning, and that is not the person I used to be. I am currently dealing with workman’s compensation and it is stressful and tiresome to say the least. I am also still receiving treatment for my back and knee injury, but nothing seems to be working out. I have now decided to try to further my own education. I have started taking a few classes at the local community college, which is becoming a struggle on its own. Due to the medications that I am currently taking it makes it very hard for me to focus and concentrate on any tasks. I know that I need to be retrained and am hoping to learn something new because I know that the service industry will not longer be an option for me anymore. I am personally very thankful that NAIDW was able to award us this grant to help her cover some of her expenses. We have been trying to look all over to find some sort of help out there and it is very rewarding to know that there is some organization out there that helps injured workers and their families. Tessa is also very thankful. She was worried about being able to go to the school of her choice because of our financial situation, and I am glad that we are trying to make it work.


Friday, 26 August 2011 11:51

Ticket to Work | NAIDW

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Ticket to Work

The Ticket to Work Program provides most people receiving Social Security benefits (beneficiaries) more choices for receiving employment services. Under this program, the Social Security Administration (SSA) issues tickets to eligible beneficiaries who, in turn, may choose to assign those tickets to an Employment Network (EN) of their choice to obtain employment services, vocational rehabilitation services, or other support services necessary to achieve a vocational (work) goal. The EN, if they accept the ticket, will coordinate and provide appropriate services to help the beneficiary find and maintain employment.

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Click here to see the Ticket to Work Federal Regulations. Were you looking for information on:

  • How working may affect your check;
  • How working may affect your health benefits;
  • How the Ticket to Work Program and Work Incentives can help you;

Then please visit the Receiving Benefits section. Source: Social Security Online - http://ssa.gov/work/aboutticket.html

 

Connect in the NAIDW 'ticket to work" group for news and updates https://naidw.org/groups/viewgroup/150-ticket-to-work

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