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Allsup
10/07/2020

Allsup

#MentalIllnessWeek (Oct. 4-10) is a time to recognize and honor individuals diagnosed with severe mental health conditions.

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Allsup
10/07/2020

Allsup

#MentalIllnessWeek (Oct. 4-10) is a time to recognize and honor individuals diagnosed with severe mental health conditions.

Get financial relief while in recovery with #disabilitybenefits. Take the free assessment, empower by Allsup, and get started on your Social Security disability application here: bit.ly/MentalIllnessWeekSSDI2020.

#SocialSecurityDisabilityInsurance #SSDI #Allsup

09/27/2020
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Compassionate Allowances: Five Conditions Added to Fast TrackPosted on August 27, 2020 by Mike Korbey, Deputy Commission...
08/28/2020

Compassionate Allowances: Five Conditions Added to Fast Track
Posted on August 27, 2020 by Mike Korbey, Deputy Commissioner for Communications

Processing disability claims quickly and accurately is important to us. It is through this commitment to you that we use the Compassionate Allowances program to help us identify and fast-track cases where people have medical conditions and diseases that are most likely to meet Social Security’s standards for disability benefits.

In August, we added five conditions — Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumors, GM1 Gangliosidosis – Infantile and Juvenile Forms, Nicolaides-Baraister Syndrome, Rubinstein-Tybai Syndrome, and Secondary Adenocarcinoma of the Brain — to this essential list. Additions to the list allow us to ensure that anyone with qualifying disabilities can receive the benefits they need quickly.

https://blog.ssa.gov/compassionate-allowances-five-conditions-added-to-fast-track-2/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Mayor LaToya Cantrell
08/18/2020

Mayor LaToya Cantrell

Register: Meet us virtually at JOB1'S Career Fair this Thursday! Register at Job1nola.easyvirtualfair.com!

Connect with employers and start fresh with a new career! @job1_nola

#WorkNola

#NolaJobs

#CityofYes

My Employment Options
08/11/2020

My Employment Options

Free Job Placement help for Citizens receiving SSDI or SSI disability! Including Work At Home and Onsite jobs! #pwd #diversity

Watch Video: https://youtu.be/uLMrXsR2d_c

Questions? Give us a call. 1-833-889-0102
05/08/2020
Questions? Give us a call. 1-833-889-0102

Questions? Give us a call. 1-833-889-0102

For questions or guidance specific to your situation please call the Ticket to Work Help Line at 866-968-7842 / 866-833-2967 (TTY) Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. ET. For general inquiries, you may e-mail [email protected].

CDC
04/02/2020

CDC

As of April 1, 46 U.S. states and 1 U.S. territory report some community spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Of those, 25 states report COVID-19 cases are “widespread.” Remember to stay at home and practice social distancing. For information on your state, see: https://bit.ly/39gqyEH

Dental Solutions
03/17/2020

Dental Solutions

The CDC has created a guide for how homes, schools and workplaces can keep themselves safe during the coronavirus outbreak.

Click the link to read and keep the CDC homepage bookmarked for the most accurate information as it develops:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/workplace-school-and-home-guidance.pdf

10/30/2019
Choose Work!

Choose Work!

Social Security’s Ticket to Work program supports career development for Social Security disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 who want to work. The Ticket program is free and voluntary. The Ticket program helps people with disabilities progress toward financial independence. Find out how it works!

Restoration Claims must filed if anyone is injured after arraignment to maintain jurisdiction over their charges at the ...
07/20/2019
Policymakers, provide adequate health care in prisons and detention centers

Restoration Claims must filed if anyone is injured after arraignment to maintain jurisdiction over their charges at the state level in the post 12/28/01 No Inclusion Law Era.

Katherine C. McKenzie and Homer Venters write that individuals -- particularly people of color, people with behavioral health problems and the LGBTQ community -- die with alarming regularity from treatable illnesses while in US prisons and detention centers.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
05/06/2019

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Mental Health Month starts today. This month, on social media, we’ll discuss working with a mental illness on the Choose Work! Blog. Be sure to follow us and Choose Work! for resources and information that may help you serve Ticketholders with mental illness.

04/09/2019
Trainings

Trainings

Social Security’s Plan to Achieve-Self Support (PASS) is a powerful and flexible work incentive.  It can help beneficiaries succeed in a work goal that might otherwise not be possible.  However, PASS is also one of the most complex work incentives.  CWICs and community partners play an importan...

Chief Administrative Law JudgeJudge Nancy J. GriswoldJudge Nancy Griswold was appointed Chief Administrative Law Judge f...
11/03/2018

Chief Administrative Law Judge

Judge Nancy J. Griswold

Judge Nancy Griswold was appointed Chief Administrative Law Judge for the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals on March 1, 2010. In this capacity, she oversees the third level review for Medicare appeals within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and has responsibility for the second largest Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) corps in the federal system. Chief Judge Griswold brings with her a wealth of administrative and managerial experience beginning over two decades ago.

Chief Judge Griswold graduated from Baylor University Law School then entered private practice as a labor lawyer in Dallas, Texas. She then moved to Shreveport, Louisiana where her general civil practice centered on personal injury, products liability and aircraft accident trial litigation. In 1990, she left private practice to assist in the development of the Louisiana’s worker’s compensation administrative court system. Judge Griswold became the first Chief Judge of the Louisiana Workers Compensation Court, a post she held for three years. During her tenure, Judge Griswold established and staffed the Office of the Chief Judge and created a Workers’ Compensation Mediation Program for the State of Louisiana.

Since her appointment as a federal Administrative Law Judge in 1995, Chief Judge Griswold has held progressively more responsible positions within the federal government. She began her federal career as an Administrative Law Judge in the Shreveport, Louisiana, Social Security Office of Hearings and Appeals in June of 1995. At the time of her appointment she was one of the youngest judges ever appointed as a Federal Administrative Law Judge. In January, 2002, she became the Hearing Office Chief Administrative Law Judge in Shreveport, Louisiana, where she continued to serve until her appointment as acting and then permanent Regional Chief Judge for the Boston Region in July of 2004. As Regional Chief Administrative Law Judge in Boston, Judge Griswold was the national lead for implementation of the Commissioner’s Disability Service Improvement initiative at the hearings level. In this capacity, she oversaw the formulation of training, development of requirements for computer enhancements, and formulation of procedural rules and templates for the hearing operation. She also worked on the Medicare transition team, which developed recommendations for the smooth transition of the Medicare workload to the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals in July, 2005. Judge Griswold continued to serve in Boston until her appointment as Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge for the Social Security Administration in December, 2006.

In her capacity as Deputy Chief, Judge Griswold served as alter ego for the Chief Administrative Law Judge and worked closely with him on the formulation of Social Security’s extremely successful backlog elimination plan. During her tenure as Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge, the Social Security Administration reached new levels of productivity and prior to her departure had driven the backlog down for 14 successive months. She also had oversight of the Administrative Law Judge hiring program at Social Security and recommended over 300 Administrative Law Judges for appointment during her tenure. In her capacity as Deputy Chief, Judge Griswold served as subject matter expert during the design and implementation of five new state of the art video conferencing offices called the National Hearing Centers for Social Security’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review—based in large part upon the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals adjudication model for video teleconferencing hearing procedures. As Deputy Chief Administrative Law Judge for Social Security, she assisted the Chief Judge in the management of over 8000 employees, including 1200 Administrative Law Judges and 142 hearing offices.

Chief Judge Griswold is a member of the Texas, Louisiana and Colorado State Bar Associations.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
10/30/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Read this blog post from the U.S. Department of Labor about how its Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), works daily to bring more Americans with disabilities into the workforce.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
10/22/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Earlier in 2018, this month’s guest for the WISE webinar – Lisa Jordan of Human Solutions LLC – guest blogged about how to address employment gaps during a job search. Read and share the blog post today!

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
10/19/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Join the U.S. Department of Labor for their event celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! Several speakers will discuss this year’s theme, “America’s Workforce: Empowering All,” and the Campaign for Disability Employment will unveil its newest PSA, “Working Works.” Register to attend in person or online.

Universal Facility Services
10/04/2018

Universal Facility Services

Businesses compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are opening the door to a valuable new customer base by removing simple barriers in their customer's path of travel.

We have created a guide to help your business learn about ADA compliance and what you can do to improve your external spaces.

Download for Free: https://universalfacilityservices.org/ada-compliance

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) - Office of Disability Employment Policy - United States Departme...
10/02/2018
National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) - Office of Disability Employment Policy - United States Department of Labor

National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) - Office of Disability Employment Policy - United States Department of Labor

Reflecting a commitment to a robust and competitive American labor force, the 2018 National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) theme is “America’s Workforce: Empowering All.” Observed each October, NDEAM celebrates the contributions of workers with disabilities and educates about the...

Attend a Career Fair in October
10/02/2018
Attend a Career Fair in October

Attend a Career Fair in October

Attend a career fair in October to help you connect with potential employers and learn about job opening that may be a good fit for you.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
09/14/2018

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Spread the word! During the September 26 WISE webinar, we will be talking about opening a business and working from home. Share this post and invite those who may be interested in the Ticket to Work Program to register.

https://choosework.ssa.gov/wise

Do your homework
09/10/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Do your homework

The U.S. Department of Labor ’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) announced recently that the Provider Transformation Hub is now live on the DRIVE website. The hub presents information to assist providers in changing their business models and connecting with other ODEP resources. You can also register information about your businesses through Workforce GPS and connect with other providers of similar size.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
09/07/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

The last installment of TASH and ANCOR American Network of Community Options and Resources’ webinar series on employing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities will be held September 12.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
09/07/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Is your organization looking to boost its diversity and inclusion efforts and ensure its “virtual doors” are open to everyone? Join EARN - Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion and PEAT-Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology for a Twitter chat on “Being Tech Savvy: Accessible Information & Communication Technology” on September 12, 2018 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET! Learn about best practices from EARN’s [email protected] employer policy framework to help ensure your organization’s technology infrastructure is accessible for everyone, including job applicants and employees with disabilities. Use #EARNChat to join the conversation!

Choose Work!
09/04/2018
Choose Work!

Choose Work!

Read our latest blog post listing career fairs to be held in September! Whether online or in person, attending a career fair can increase your chances of meeting employers who are ready to hire qualified job candidates.

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers
08/31/2018
Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

Ticket to Work Program for Service Providers

September is National Preparedness Month. The annual observance is a collaboration between FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency and Ready.gov. The official website includes graphics, weekly themes, videos and social media content you can use to promote the annual observance.

08/30/2018
MSNBC

MSNBC

“My name is Joe Biden. I’m a Democrat. And I loved John McCain.”

– Former VP Biden says at memorial service for McCain

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Our Approach The MAXIMUS approach involves employing skilled staff and proprietary software to create an efficient and effective project. Our team knows and adheres to Social Security Administration (SSA) operational regulations to ensure that all SSI/SSDI benefits are acquired for the individual in a timely manner. Services include completing and submitting initial eligibility applications, providing monthly reporting on status of applications, serving as a liaison to SSA, and developing and maintaining a positive and professional relationship with them to support timely processing. Since we have extensive experience in the SSI/SSDI application process, we make sure that each application is accompanied by all necessary medical and financial information so that the SSA office does not have to request additional documentation that can result in unnecessary delays to the eligibility determination process. And when necessary, we move quickly to assist with appeals and fair hearings.

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