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1.1.C.330 Continuing inability to work (CITW) (DSP)

Definition

This definition applies to a person...

For the purposes of DSP CITW means a person...

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who is subject to the 15 hour rule and whose date of claim for DSP is on or after 3 September 2011.

- has:

AND

- has an inability to:

  • - work independently of a program of support (1.1.I.95) within the next 2 years, and
  • - undertake a training activity (1.1.T.137) to prepare for such work within the next 2 years because of an impairment, or
  • - such an activity is unlikely, because of their impairment(s), to enable the person to work within the next 2 years.

SSAct section 94(2) A person has a CITW..., section 94(5)-'work'

- 1.1.W.60 Work (any) (DSP)

- 3.6.2.112 DSP Assessment of Continuing Inability to Work - 15 Hour Rule

who is subject to the 15 hour rule (3.6.1.12) and whose start date is after 30 June 2006 but before 3 September 2011.

- has an inability to:

  • - work independently of a program of support (1.1.I.95) within the next 2 years, and
  • - undertake a training activity (1.1.T.137) to prepare for such work within the next 2 years because of an impairment, or
  • - such an activity is unlikely, because of their impairment(s), to enable the person to work within the next 2 years.

SSAct pre-3 Sept 2011 section 94(2) A person has a CITW..., section 94(5)-'work'

- 1.1.W.60 Work (any) (DSP)

- 3.6.2.112 DSP Assessment of Continuing Inability to Work - 15 Hour Rule

who is subject to the 30 hour rule (3.6.1.10).

- because of an impairment has an inability to:

  • - to work within the next 2 years, or
  • - to undertake educational, vocational or on-the-job training (1.1.E.30) to prepare for work within the next 2 years, or
  • - such training is unlikely, because of their impairment(s), to enable the person to work within the next 2 years.

SSAct pre-1 July 2006 section 94(2) A person has a CITW..., section 94(5)-'work'

- 1.1.W.60 Work (any) (DSP)

- 3.6.2.110 DSP Assessment of Continuing Inability to Work - 30 Hour Rule

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Last reviewed: 5 September 2011


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