Making Informed Choices about Personal Finances

Individuals with disabilities need clear and accurate benefits information to make informed decisions about their financial future and employment goals. In most cases, people with disabilities can earn a regular paycheck and still retain benefits. They can also earn income and choose to reduce and gradually leave benefits programs over time. Learn the difference between benefits advocacy and benefits planning and learn how your organization can develop and enhance its capacities for both. Become a benefits advocate. Learn some basic information about benefits programs to help people with disabilities make more informed choices. These workshops at our EBP Conference 2014 still have seats available:

  • A-07 | Navigating the Benefits Maze
  • B-06 | Benefits Advocacy for Non-Vocational Staff
  • E-03 | Social Security Work Incentives