I was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin's Lymphoma 3 years ago November 28, 2011. Since then, I've had 3 relapses and now almost 1 year all clear. However the Lymphoma, the transplants, extensive chemo and radiation therapies have left me with long-term health issues (now legally-blind in one eye due to retinal tumors, chronic skeletal pain, frequent seizures and constantly weak). I'm going to try to return to work after Christmas for 5-10 hours a week (I'm a Technical Writer and can just pick up little jobs and if not able to, can work a bit from home). My employer's Benefit Plan stipulates that I need to work at least 25 hours a week in order to be considered "coverable" according to our policy. I could stay off longer however although I have a great Drug Plan, I no longer get any LTD income payments so I need to work. But I know I can't meet the 25 hour minimum. The risk is I can lose my Drug Plan if I can't maintain the 25 but before I start, already know I can't. Any suggestions?