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You can still maximize your income and benefits at work in spite of your diagnosis.

If you are working, thinking of changing jobs, or thinking of returning to work, understanding your benefits can help you make the most of them.

While you are working, you are likely protected from discrimination. Your employer may even be required to make reasonable accommodations so you can continue to perform your job. In order to gain that protection, you will have to tell your employer that you have a physical condition. You don't have to tell co-workers, but it may be advisable.

There is generally paid and unpaid time off in case you need it for treatments or because of your health condition.

You are generally entitled to have your medical expenses paid and to an income if you are injured on the job or become ill due to your job.

Take the appropriate steps now in case at some point you have to go on disability. It will relieve stress and worry now, and make things easier if it ever does happen. Unexpected disability can happen for any number of reasons unrelated to your health condition.

If you are considering going onto disability, there are steps to take to maximize your situation before you leave work.

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