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eligibility

[el′əjəbil′itē]
entitlement of an individual to receive services based on that individual's enrollment in a health care plan.

eligibility

Vox populi Having a required qualification

eligible

(el′ĭ-jĭ-bĭl) [L. eligibilis]
Qualified to be considered a candidate for a role, e.g., membership in a professional society or enrollment in an insurance program or a research study.
eligibility (el″ĭ-jĭ-bil′ĭt-ē)

Patient discussion about eligibility

Q. Would people with bipolar disorder be considered eligible to compete in the olympics? I am a shuttle relay state champion. I won many cups in state and country level. My long-time-goal is to have my name at least on the Olympics list. But here is a new problem to spoil my goal. I am diagnosed as bipolar-I. Now my worry is would people with bipolar disorder be considered eligible to compete in the Olympics? Or will I be able to compete in the Special Olympics?

A. wow...good question...can mental health patient be a special Olympic athletes. i think you should check it out with simple phone call, here is how to locate a special Olympics Program near you:
http://info.specialolympics.org/Special+Olympics+Public+Website/English/Program_Locator/default.htm

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If the disabled individual cannot meet all the essential eligibility requirements because of his disability, it must be determined if reasonable accommodations can be made that will allow the disabled individual to become otherwise qualified.
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Students in most states will experience some decrease in Title IV eligibility, but the magnitude of such a loss in eligibility is difficult to estimate due to the interactive nature of certain need analysis elements, the packaging philosophies of different student aid offices, and the possible use of professional judgment by aid administrators.
All the facts are looked at in determining eligibility," said Kelly-Brenner.
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