Ticket to Work

Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program is a free and voluntary program available to people ages 18 through 64 who are blind or have a disability and who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

The goals of the Ticket Program are to:

  • Offer beneficiaries with disabilities expanded choices when seeking service and supports to enter, re-enter and/or maintain employment;
  • Increase the financial independence and self-sufficiency of beneficiaries with disabilities; and
  • Reduce and, whenever possible, eliminate reliance on disability benefits.

The beneficiary does not need a paper ticket to participate. Under this program, eligible beneficiaries with disabilities who are receiving monthly cash benefit payments are entitled to participate by signing up with an approved service provider of their choice. This can be an Employment Network (EN) or a State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agency. The EN/State VR agency, if they accept the ticket assignment, will coordinate and provide appropriate services to help the beneficiary find and maintain employment. These services may be training, career counseling, vocational rehabilitation, job placement and ongoing support services necessary to achieve a work goal

https://www.ssa.gov/work/overview.html

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This legislation is gaining bipartisan support because it impacts thousands of Rhode Islanders.

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Did you know that Dan and Samuel Habib are producing a new film called My Disability Roadmap? And did you know that they are partnering with MCIE to hold a virtual screening and discussion of this film? Join us on May 26 at 3 pm ET: https://tiny.one/MyDisabilityRoadmap

Enjoyed this interview btw Drs. Sharon Field & Mike Ward on @2BSDonline - Look at the impact when everyone advocates! #StudentLedIEP mtgs is🎯! @AllisonLombardi @VCU_CTI @nelliet11 @ED_Sped_Rehab @JSIiams @ncldorg @OhioEngage @RITransition @tn_transition
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Thank you to our Regional Transition Coordinator, Kerri Collins for her great work with our awesome Secondary Special Educators yesterday! Lots of great resources and feedback! @RITransition @ameyer1026 @EGPSAsstSuper @KenHopkinsJr @dtober9

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What a way to end spirit week! WWHS has about 1,250 people in it on a daily basis (students & staff combined). Imagine spending 180 days a year in a building that’s such a fantastic place to be, even on the hard days?!? Today was a good day! (Even if the seniors wore purple 🤷🏻‍♀️)

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A great job coach can make a difference for people with disabilities seeking employment! Our leader Laura Owens just spoke in a webinar, Job Coaching 101: A Toolkit for New Coaches by the Hawaii Department of Education, for Educational Assistants & Behavioral Therapists.

Thx for the RT @RITransition. We ❤️ what @AbbyHughesSPED wrote too about how this tool leads to empowering conversations btw #childrenwithdisabilities and their #families! Families could be resources in transition planning too! Its not who you know, but who knows you! Thx again!

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