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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing What 8850 Form Disability

Instructions and Help about What 8850 Form Disability

Welcome everyone to the Canadian Nurses Association's webinar series, "Progress and Practice." This webinar is entitled "A New Application Kit for the Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits." This session is being recorded for nurses unable to participate today. My name is Joseph Loose and I'm a program lead in public and nursing practice and policy at the Canadian Nurses Association. I will be hosting the webinar today. At the end of the presentation, there will be a question and answer period and we will address as many of your questions as we can. Now, I'd like to tell you a little bit about our presenter, Dane Graham. Dane Graham is a registered dietitian working in a hospital setting. Dana holds a master's degree in health administration from the University of Ottawa. A veteran of the CPP disability program with 20 years of experience, Dane leads the medical policy team within the medical expertise division. Dane was instrumental in the development of the new CPP disability application kit, drawing from evidence-based research into the functional assessment of work visibility. Over to you, Dane. Thank you, Joseph. So, first of all, thank you to CNA for inviting us here today to speak to you about the new application kit. The kit just launched on August 27th, so it's very, very new. And as with all launches, there's always going to be a few little growing pains, which we have fully anticipated. But we're hoping that in speaking with you today and addressing any of your questions, we can minimize those growing pains. Alright, so I'll start just by giving you a little bit of an overview of the presentation. I hope everybody can hear me well. If not, maybe you can just signal in the chat that you're having trouble. I have a...