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EPEEditorial Projects in Education
EPEElvis Presley Enterprises
EPEEntreprises pour l'Environnement (French: Companies for the Environment)
EPEÉcole des Parents et des Éducateurs (French: School for Parents and Educators)
EPEEnte Pubblico Economico (Italian: Economic Public Body)
EPEEmpresa de Pesquisa Energética (Portuguese: Energy Research Company)
EPEEnvironmental Protection Engineering (various locations)
EPEÉconomie et Politiques d'Elevage (French: Livestock Economics and Policy)
EPEExtended Period of Eligibility
EPEEuropean Conference on Power Electronics and Applications
EPEEspaces Publics et Environnement (French: Environment and Public Spaces)
EPEÉquipe Pluridisciplinaire d'Evaluation (French: Multidisciplinary Evaluation Team)
EPEExpanded Polyethylene
EPEEgress Peer Engineering (routing)
EPEEvery Part Every (production)
EPEExpected Positive Exposure (banking)
EPEEstimated Position Error
EPEEuropean Parliament of Enterprises
EPEExtraprostatic Extension
EPEEnglish Proficiency Exam
EPEEnhanced Performance Engine
EPEEuropean Partners for Environment (Belgium)
EPEEarly Primary Education
EPEExaminations for Professional Engineers
EPEElectric Potential Energy
EPEEnhanced Polyethylene (resin)
EPEEveryday Productivity Education (Windows Vista)
EPEExecutives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs (market segment)
EPEEmployment Placement Enterprise
EPEEnergy and Process Engineering
EPEEnhanced Privacy and Encryption
EPEEntreprise de Plomberie et d'Electricité (French plumbing, heating and electricity company)
EPEElective Physical Education
EPEExtrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia
EPEElectronic Processing Equipment
EPEEnergetic Proton Events
EPEExit Pupil Expander
EPEEnterprise & Platform Enabler
EPEExperienced Programmer Education (IBM)
EPEExpected Potential Exposure (banking)
EPEEnterprise and Platform Enabler (US DoD)
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The extended period of eligibility (EPE) runs 36 months after the end of the trial work period, beginning with the month following the trial work period.
If you try going back to work, SSA can (a) treat the first nine months of your employment as a trial work period (TWP), during which you can earn money and receive full SSDI benefits; (b) allow you a three-year extended period of eligibility (EPE) after your benefits end, during which SSA can restore SSDI benefits without a new application if your earning capacity falls; (c) continue your Medicare health-insurance coverage for three years during your EPE while you work; (d) disregard an amount of earnings equal to your impairment related work expenses (IRWE) when deciding if your earnings exceed thresholds that would end your SSDI benefits; and (e) pay for vocational rehabilitation (VR) assistance.
SSI also provides an extended period of eligibility for cash benefits and/or Medicaid reinstatement without a new application if one's eligibility ceases due to high earned income.
Besides teaching basic job-getting skills, essential elements provided in this program are the work incentives created (extended period of eligibility for Medicare benefits for 13 years rather than the usual 3 years with insurance coverage during that time) which protect the individual from an "abrupt and/or permanent loss of benefits" (LaRocca & Hall, 1990, p.
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