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Efforts to reach claimants who suffered abuse at Indian Residential Schools and who cannot be located are being stepped up as the Independent Assessment Process (IAP) is winding down.

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Hi, I’m Dan Shapiro

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Chief Adjudicator of the Indian Residential Schools Adjudication Secretariat

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We administer the Independent Assessment Process

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which compensates former students for abuse suffered at Indian residential schools

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The Independent Assessment Process is winding down.

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If you or somebody you know has applied for compensation, under the Independent Assessment Process,

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time is running out to settle the claim. We expect to complete hearings by the spring of 2016.

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There are over four hundred claimants that we have not heard from for an extended time.

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We need to reach those individuals in order to resolve their claims.

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If you applied for compensation for abuse at a residential school and have not had your hearing yet,

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check the status of your claim, contact your lawyer or call our toll-free information line

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at 1-877-635-2648.

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If you have not heard from your lawyer in the last several months, call them or call our information line.

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If a friend or a family member has a claim that isn’t settle yet,

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encourage them to call to find the status of their claim.

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You can also get information on the internet at www.iap-pei.ca.

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If you need emotional help, you can call the national crisis line at any time: 1-866-925-4419.

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As Chief adjudicator, I’m honored to help former students settle their claims and continue on their healing journey. Thank you.

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