- Jun 30 6:04 AM
Your CALLTo Work (WIPA) Forum
Navy Pier, Festival Hall A
Thursday July 17, 2014 – 10:30am & 3:00pm
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For more information call 312-746-5743 (V) or 312-746-5713 (TTY).
"Ticket to Work" information http:/www.choosework.net
THIS IS YOUR "CALL 2 WORK"
Do you have questions about how work income would affect your Social Security Benefits? If so, come to the WIPA (Work Incentives Forum) on July 17, 2014 at 10:30 am or 3:00 pm.
This Seminar will include information on:
· How to contact your Community Work Incentive Coordinator
· How to connect with an Employment Network Agency
· Your rights as a trainee/employee with a disability from Protection Advocacy staff, Equip for Equality
· How to make your Ticket and other Work Incentives work for you
· Supportive services from DRS, Health Benefits for Workers with Disabilities, (HBWD), Medicare/Medicaid
All State of Illinois SSA Work Incentives Planning and Assistance Projects
Hosted by Chicago MOPD WIPA Project
Reasonable Accommodations available upon request.
Please call 312/746-5743 by July 10, 2014
Karen Tamley, Commissioner
PLS LOOK UP AT THE WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO, www.cityofchicago.org/disabilities and click AccessChicago link.City of Chicago :: Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesThe Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) works to meet the diverse needs of Chicago's disability community.
See you there,
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