Living with fibromyalgia and working every day can be difficult and sometimes impossible. If you have fibromyalgia and have had to stop working or cut back your hours, chances are that you may need to support yourself another way. Transitioning from employment to disability is a tough decision and process.
We get contacted at the NFA with so many pleas for help about this topic. That’s why we’ve partnered with The Fibromyalgia Digest. Most people don’t know how to go about applying for disability or what to expect, and when you’re in pain with little to no energy, on top of losing your income, you may need help.
The Fibromyalgia Digest can help you learn everything you need to know about disability benefits. With little-known and highly effective tips, they can help you get approved for disability, and maximize your benefits if you are already approved. They can even help you supplement your income without losing your benefits.
Click here to gain access to 23 Fibromyalgia and Disability Income Secrets.
We asked founder Brian Therrien for a few tips and he said, “Don’t wait too long to apply for disability.” Sometimes people are out of work for 10 months before they really start to access the system.
Watch this video to see why its important to start the process of disability as soon as you are unable to work.
The Fibromyalgia Digest offers:
- FREE membership
- a FREE mini course to help you get approval for disability on your own
- access to FREE advocates, many of whom have fibromyalgia, who can help with your disability questions
- help with maximizing your benefits if you’re already approved
- help with housing problems that result from lowered income
- help with finding supplemental work.
Fibromyalgia may keep you from being able to work full time, but thanks to our partnership with The Fibromyalgia Digest, it doesn’t have to keep you from having income.
Click here to learn more about Fibromyalgia and Disability Income Assistance.