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    Since the first NAIDW team member joined us in the summer of 2009, NAIDW has been committed to hiring the most incredible people. What we’re building here is as much about creating a great team, as it is about creating a great foundation. By finding the right people, who share our values and our vision, we can proudly say that we move closer to our goals every day.

     

    NAIDW is seeking natural leaders, self-starters, highly competent, creative and talented professionals to join our team.

     

    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

     

    Please fill out this application in order to be considered for employment.

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Labels matter. We quickly form judgments based on them. If we hear someone called lazy, the label "lazy person" attaches in our mind even though we may not have even met the person. The same is true for labels given to many medical conditions. If the label for an illness uses language such as "fatigue," we abstract from our experience and think we know what it's like to suffer from it.

Some medical disorders have been named after the researcher who discovered or described them in the medical literature (Alzheimer's). Others were named after a famous patient (Lou Gerig's disease). The result: instant legitimacy.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ME? 1. My pain - My pain is not your pain. It is not caused by inflammation. Taking your arthritis medication will not help me. I can not work my pain out or shake it off. It is not even a pain that stays put. Today it is in my shoulder, but tomorrow it may be in my foot or gone. My pain is believed to be caused by improper signals sent to the brain, possibly due to sleep disorders. It is not well understood, but it is real.
      

Invisible Disabilities: Not all injury, illness, chronic pain, and disabilities are visible! You may have psychological or unseen physical scars that start after the initial injury or illness and last long after medical treatment and or any litigation is over. Problems like this can affect many workers relationships with the people they interact with and love, and will determine how well they readjust to life. These problems can also lead to other complications or can even be fatal. Unfortunately, many workers are not aware that they have these problems, and others fail to seek treatment because they fear being labeled as weak or as losing their status in life. 

Mental Health Disorders: 

* Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) * Depression * Substance Abuse

Get help for yourself!

* Talk with family and friends * Suicide Prevention Hotline Link & Phone Number * 800-273-8255 (TALK)

      

Pain Syndromes:

CFS, ME, RSD/CRPS, Fibromyalgia, CPS, MPS are some examples!
Pain syndromes are another disability that is not visible to the naked eye, but can be just as damaging as any other. These kinds of disabilities are extremely concerning because not only are they difficult to diagnose, they are just as difficult to treat because of the vast scale of the body they cover. This can also lead to the patient getting frustrated and loosing his/her self esteem and believing that no one can help. This is false? You must stay focused, be resilient, and most of all be patient.

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Chronic conditions have become the norm in the workplace and, according to the World Health Organization, chronic disease is expected to account for 89% of all deaths in Canada. But what can plan sponsors do to keep employees healthy and engaged?

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The Social Security disability system began in 1957 as a way to help people too sick to work. By 2009 more than 9.6 million Americans were counted as disabled. Rates of disability in rural America are 80 percent higher than in the cities.

More than one out of four working age adults (15 to 64) in Buchanan County, Virginia, was receiving disability payments from Social Security in 2009.

The Advocator GroupOriginally posted on The Advocator Blog

"Fact: Every second, a worker in the U.S. becomes disabled. Then what?"

That is the question that Jon Arbay, Executive Director and founder of the National Association for Injured and Disabled Workers (NAIDW), found himself faced with after he suffered a disability that halted his career indefinitely.

Toni It’s that time of year. The media is filled with stories about people traveling to be with loved-ones. Holiday decorations and yummy recipes abound. But for many people, the holidays are a difficult time of year. This piece is for those of you who face isolation during the holidays, either because you’re unable to be with others at all due to health or financial limitations (which often go hand in hand), or because your participation in those gatherings is severely limited by your health difficulties. I fall into each category, depending on the holiday in question.

Chronic Neck PainThough chronic pain has become a more medically-recognized condition, whether as a complication of another diagnosis or an unexplained phenomenon existing by itself, one frontier remains: How do people with chronic pain and their partners maintain a healthy, exciting sex life?

NAIDW is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of our members and users. The information you submit through our website will NOT be rented or sold. As a guard against unauthorized access and to maintain accurate data, we have implemented procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

Submit the brief free case review form on this page and a NAIDW case representative will respond shortly to help assess your injury, illness, chronic pain, disability or death case. Third party assistance may be required. All information is confidential. Thank you!

 

No Attorney-Client Relationship:

 

NAIDW.org is not a law firm or medical practice. NAIDW.org and its products and services do not provide nor are a substitute for legal/medical advice. Only an attorney or medical professional can provide legal/medical advice.

 

No Attorney-Client relationship is created by use of this case evaluation or the NAIDW.org Website, the NAIDW.org Technology, its products or services, with this NAIDW.org Website, its owners, agents, representatives, providers, partners or affiliates.

 

Some work may be performed by, or referred to, other attorneys licensed within your State. Case cevaluations are always free to members and clients. A fee will only be taken by the attorney if there is a recovery for the client (contingency fee). Financial compensation for lost wages, injuries, and other damages is not guaranteed and may vary depending on individual circumstances.

This recognition & memorial page is dedicated to all of the workers touched by injury, illness, sickness, pain, disability and death.

This wall/monument and museum is not just for workers injured and killed in the line of duty, it is a tribute for all injured & disabled workers who are still fighting the effects!

Did you loose a family member, friend, colleague, or loved one due to injury, illness, pain or disability? Here you will be able to post their full name and brief bio on our Virtual Memorial Wall! Which will one day be created into a National Monument and Museum. Click Donate to Make $1 dollar Contribution


 

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