DOD may allow disability pay for adjustment disorder

10/16/2013 | Navy Times

Service members diagnosed with chronic adjustment disorder may be eligible for disability compensation under new Defense Department rules. Chronic adjustment disorder had been classified as nonservice-related, and critics said the diagnosis was being used instead of PTSD to avoid paying benefits. The move was made so DOD rules would correspond with Department of Veterans Affairs policies, according to the DOD.

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