Ticket to Work connects individuals age 18 through 64 who received Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits due to disability to free employment services that prepare individuals for work, and in locating a job and maintaining success while working. Individuals receive services such as career counseling, vocational rehabilitation, and job placement and training from authorized Ticket to Work service providers.
The Ticket to Work program has announced a new video series in American Sign Language (ASL) to provide job seekers who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing with an in-depth understanding of the Ticket to Work program and the resources available to locate and maintain a job. Check out Finding Your Path to Employment with Ticket to Work in the Library section of www.choosework.net or on YouTube and learn about:
- How the Ticket to Work program works
- Who is eligible
- What types of providers can help job-seekers
- Which professionals can help job-seekers understand how work will affect their benefits
- The types of job support services offered
- How to find a Ticket to Work provider
The Ticket to Work program offers Social Security disability beneficiaries more choices in obtaining the support they need to find work and reach their career goals. If you or someone you care about receives Social Security disability benefits and wants to reach financial independence, Finding Your Path to Employment with Ticket to Work is a good place to start. To learn how the program works and how to qualify, please visit www.choosework.net or contact the Ticket to Work Help Line at 866/968-7842 (V) or 866/833-2967 (TTY). Learn more about Work Incentive Seminar Events (WISE) webinars, access webinar archives, and Ticket to Work tutorials at www.chooseworkttw.net/webinars-tutorials/index.html.