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By providing supportive personal assistance and access to savings support sessions, children from birth to age 18 are given a jump-start toward their future.
Are you a person with a disability who is interested in knowing more about college or working? Would you like to know how to tap into available resources from OVR? If so, this presentation is for you!
This presentation covers different Medicaid categories including Healthy Horizons and Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities (MAWD), CHIP, and Waiver.
Presention by Mary Hartley, Executive Director of the Parent Education & Advocacy Leadership (PEAL) Center discusses: Your seamless transition to adulthood, The proof, Letting Go, and success stories
This webinar covers successful models of employment for people with disabilities and strategies that can be used to gain employment. Presenters are Achieva, CCAC, University of Pittsburgh, Goodwill
Planned by Achieva and JFCS (Jewish Family and Community Services) in honor of Jillian Zacks, the recipient of this year's Shore-Whitehill Award. This program includes bios and covered topics.
A Community-Based Assessment (CBA) is an opportunity for an organization to invite a person who is exploring career options to come to their place of business to "try on" an existing job.
This webinar covers the basics of ABLE Accounts and the three types of trusts offered through Achieva Family Trust; Payback Trusts, Pooled Trusts, and Third-Party Trusts.
"I want to work and keep my benefits" covers options for working while still maintaining vital government benefits that may be impacted by an increase in assets and earnings.