The claimant applied to the LAT seeking entitlement to ACBs in the amount of $2,479 per month and various medical benefits for physical treatment, psychological treatment, occupational therapy services, an orthopaedic mattress, the cost of clothing and personal expenses, and transportation expenses. The claimant was a pedestrian injured in a motor vehicle accident in a parking lot. The insurer’s Form 1 initially recommended ACBs in the amount of $297.76 per month. A subsequent insurer’s Form 1 recommended $0.00 for ACBs. The assessor opined that the provision of unnecessary support for self care tasks would promote unnecessary dependency on external supports which is not required in the course of rehabilitation. Adjudicator Gosio found that there was no objective evidence of ongoing physical impairments in the left upper extremities, and the insurer’s Form 1s were reasonable. The claimant was entitled to chiropractic and physiotherapy treatment, and ACBs in the amount of $297.76 per month for 10 months. Adjudicator Gosio found that the claimant failed to establish that 90-minute sessions of psychotherapy, as opposed to the approved 60-minute sessions, were reasonable and necessary. Pursuant to section 55 of the SABS, the claimant was barred from disputing entitlement to the orthopaedic mattress as she had failed to attend an IE assessment.