Jeff Mitchell

Jeff Mitchell

Principal Lawyer & Founder

Health Association of Nova Scotia Path Program

What is the Path Program

In November 2017, the EASE Program underwent a rebrand to Path Program. Path stands for Personalized Assistance to Health.

The path program, much like the EASE Program before it is an initiative of the Health Association Nova Scotia Trustees. The intent of the Path change was to more accurately represent the services the program provides. In the words of the program director, "the new name more accurately reflects the purpose and essence of the program. It's personalized, flexible and designed to ensure eligible employees received the support and assistance they need along their journey to getting well".

The path program is fully funded through the LTD contributions paid by both employees and employees. It is available to Plan members who have been absent from work for 21 days due to an illness or injury that is not related to worker's compensation (WCB). The path program tailored for the worker may include physiotherapy, massage therapy, counselling, functional assessments, job site analysis, nutrition consults, gym memberships, etc.

Should I participate in the Path Program

We encourage you to speak to Long Term Disability Benefits Lawyer, Jeff Mitchell about your injury or illness and the benefits of the Path Program. Call toll-free: 1-800-262-8104 or 902-442-8853 to arrange your free consultation with Jeff Mitchell. Prefer to email? Email Jeff at jeff@novainjurylaw.com.

Time limits apply to any Long Term Disability Benefits Claim. Learn about your legal rights and options today.

What is the Path Program

In November 2017, the EASE Program underwent a rebrand to Path Program. Path stands for Personalized Assistance to Health.

The path program, much like the EASE Program before it is an initiative of the Health Association Nova Scotia Trustees. The intent of the Path change was to more accurately represent the services the program provides. In the words of the program director, "the new name more accurately reflects the purpose and essence of the program. It's personalized, flexible and designed to ensure eligible employees received the support and assistance they need along their journey to getting well".

The path program is fully funded through the LTD contributions paid by both employees and employees. It is available to Plan members who have been absent from work for 21 days due to an illness or injury that is not related to worker's compensation (WCB). The path program tailored for the worker may include physiotherapy, massage therapy, counselling, functional assessments, job site analysis, nutrition consults, gym memberships, etc.

Should I participate in the Path Program

We encourage you to speak to Long Term Disability Benefits Lawyer, Jeff Mitchell about your injury or illness and the benefits of the Path Program. Call toll-free: 1-800-262-8104 or 902-442-8853 to arrange your free consultation with Jeff Mitchell. Prefer to email? Email Jeff at jeff@novainjurylaw.com.

Time limits apply to any Long Term Disability Benefits Claim. Learn about your legal rights and options today.

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NOVA Injury Law, located in Bedford, NS, is a personal injury law firm. We provide approachable, responsive, and compassionate representation to victims of car accidents, slip & falls, long term disability benefits denial, birth injuries, brain injuries, property damage, medical malpractice, and faulty products. We’re the only law firm in Atlantic Canada with a Doctor on the team.

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