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What if I require more time off than my Intermittent Leave or Reduced Schedule Leave is approved for?
If you haven’t exhausted your FMLA entitlement and require more time off than has been approved, you must obtain an updated medical statement from the health care provider and submit it to the Disability Management Office (DMO) to support the need for additional time off or continuation of the Reduced Schedule Leave.
If the medical condition changes, the Intermittent Leave or Reduced Schedule Leave authorization will need to be updated by submitting a new Certification of Employee’s Serious Health Condition for personal illness or Certification of Family Member’s Serious Health Condition for family member completed by the health care provider to the DMO.