Full course description
Live Webinar 1/21/21 from 10-11am: Clients of State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), who receive Social Security disability benefits, can continue to receive long-term employment supports through the Ticket to Work program, however most are not utilizing the “full value” of their Ticket to Work. Connecting the dots in to assure this continuity of services between VR and service providers is often confusing, which has interfered with successful handoffs between the two agencies. This webinar will explain the benefits for the individual to use the full value of their Ticket and how a working relationship can benefit both service providers. Common barriers are addressed. Learn how agencies can help to raise the bar of a coordinated service delivery. Successful examples will be shared, along with a blueprint of next steps to bring to your team in changing the pulse of the partnership between these two agencies.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to
- State the intent of Partnership Plus in the Ticket to Work program.
- State the benefit of beneficiary using the full value of their Ticket.
- Describe ways to positively impact the Partnership Plus concept between state Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and employment service providers.
Presenter: Mary Lynn ReVoir
Ms. ReVoir has worked in the service delivery system for services and supports to the disability community for 40 years. For the past 14 years ReVoir has been involved with the Social Security Administration’s Ticket to Work program. She has provided training and technical assistance to hundreds of private and public, traditional and non-traditional community rehab providers, public workforce agencies, and state Vocational Rehabilitation agencies. A Co-founder and Co-Director of the American Dream Employment Network, a highly respected successful employment network of the Social Security Administration Ticket to Work program, she has been instrumental in assisting the development and execution of Partnership Plus agreements for over 10 states.