How to register with the Social Security Board?
* Fill out a Social Security Board Employee's Registration Form.
* Submit the form to the Social Security Office, with proof of birth (Certificate of birth, passport, ect.)
How to claim for Sickness Benefit?, * Have your doctor complete the Medical Certificate.
* Complete the Sickness Benefit Claim Form which is on the reverse side of the Medical Certificate.
* Submit the form to the Social Security Office.
How to claim for Maternity Benefit? Have your doctor complete the Medical Certificate of Expected Confinement once the woman stops working, and the Certificate of confinement once the baby is born. Complete the reverse side of the form.
Complete the Maternity Expense Form (necessary only if the birth took place at Peebles Hospital).
Submit the forms to the Social Security Office.
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November Health Tip of the month #1
Relieve those achy muscles.
Got a late-night sugar craving that just won't quit? After a grueling workout, there's a good chance you're going to be feeling it (we're talking sore thighs, tight calves). Relieve post-fitness aches by submerging your lower body in a cold bath (50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit; you may have to throw some ice cubes in to get it cold enough) for 10 to 15 minutes. "Many top athletes use this trick to help reduce soreness after training sessions," says Dr. Andrew Kastor. And advice we love: "An athlete training for an important race should consider getting one to two massages per month to help aid in training recovery," adds Kastor. Now that's speaking our language!
November Health Tip of the month #2
Police your portions.
Does your steak take up more than half your plate? Think about cutting your serving of beef in half. That's because it's best to try and fill half your plate with veggies or a mixture of veggies and fresh fruit, so that it's harder to overdo it on the more caloric dishes (like cheesy potatoes or barbecue sauce–slathered ribs—yum!).
November Health Tip of the month #3
Fun up your food.
It's easy to get in a diet rut, even if you're loading up on flavorful fruits and veggies. The solution? Have plenty of spices, fresh herbs, and lemons at your cooking beck and call. It's amazing what a little dash of spice, sprinkle of herbs, pinch of lemon zest, or squirt of lime juice can do to liven up a dish—and your diet. The best part: They contain almost no calories. Experiment with your dinner, tonight!
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