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Work Incentives
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The products in this department inform helping people with disabilities protect essential government benefits as they make more money at work.

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Managed by: Cary Griffin (cgriffin@griffinhammis.com) of Griffin-Hammis Associates, LLC
Co-managed by Beth Keeton

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Books, Publications & Reports (printed and/or online) (6 Products)
Electronic Media (6 Products)
Organizations, Programs, and Projects (5 Products)
Other (1 Products)


Books, Publications & Reports (printed and/or online)
Barriers to Employment Success DVD
This DVD explains several things that make it hard to find and keep a job, and what will help. There is also a survey available to help people see what is getting in their way of having a good job.
Going To Work: A Guide to Social Security Benefits and Employment for Young People with Disabilities
The purpose of this booklet is to give families and professionals working with young people some practical, hands-on information about work incentives.
High School Transition that Works Learned from Project SEARCH
This book explains a program that helps students move from high school into good jobs.
Red Book on Employment Support
A web-accessible federal publication that provides A - Z information on employment supports for people who receive SSI or Social Security benefits.
Which Medicaid Buy-In Participants Use SSA Work Supports?
A brief report about programs that allow working people disabilities to still receive Medicaid funding.
Working While Disabled—How We Can Help
This booklet talks about working while getting money from the Social Security Administration.
Electronic Media (Videos, CDs, T.V., Radio, Websites, etc.)
Barriers to Employment Success DVD
This DVD explains several things that make it hard to find and keep a job, and what will help. There is also a survey available to help people see what is getting in their way of having a good job.
Disability Benefits 101
A website that gives you tools and information on how employment affects government health coverage and benefits. You can plan ahead and learn how work and benefits go together.
FYI Transition
A website for students with disabilities who are about to graduate from high school and their families. It has resources to help with jobs, education and other transition issues.
Minimum Wage Increase
These online articles talk about how the minimum wage increase will affect those with disabilities and DSP's
Social Security Considerations for Small Business Owners with Disabilities
A booklet about how people who receive SSI and/or SSDI from Social Security can start a small business and protect their benefits.
Work Now - Get the Facts
This website has a lot of information about finding jobs in the community. It was developed to help people understand what Employment First was all about.
Organizations, Programs, and Projects
Disability Program Navigator Initiative
This fact sheet explains a program that makes it easier for people with disabilities to find jobs.
Minnesota Work Incentives Connection
This program provides information to people with disabilities about how working will affect their benefits so they can make an informed decision in this area of life.
Plan to Achieve Self Support (PASS)
This program helps people protect their Medicaid benefits as they prepare to get a job and earn money.
Virginia Commonwealth University Incentive Planning and Assistance National Training Center
The US government has many programs to help people with disabilities work and earn a paycheck without losing important benefits. This Center helps states to make this happen.
Work Opportunity Tax Credit
This initiative of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service gives tax credits to places that hire people who have a hard time getting a job.
Other
High School Transition that Works Learned from Project SEARCH
This book explains a program that helps students move from high school into good jobs.


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