Yes, SCVRD is Voc. Rehab. It is very different to be a client vs. be an employee. Each time I move from one office to another, I have to start all over with new doctor excuses for accommodations... what is in my file will no longer do. They seem to harass people with disabilities. My doctors always do a double take and say...but you work at SCVRD, why am I writing yet another letter??? The people at the top have never worked cases or suffered from real disabilities, hence the why people are treated this way. I am looking for another job after 20 years with the state...(not with the state).View Thread
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