The second myth is that going to work will cause you to lose your health insurance, such as Medicaid or Medicare. Jill Skehan will explain some different work incentives that allow you to continue your insurance!
The first myth is that going to work will cause your benefits to stop. Tammy Austin will be explaining why this isn’t true!
The third myth is that if you are able to work your way off of SSDI and/or SSI, you will have to reapply for benefits, and go through the waiting period again. Colt Carpenter is going to tell you why this isn’t true!
Aspire Indiana Works staff member, Colt Carpenter, explains that some benefits from Social Security are taxable and some are not.
Work Incentives Planning Assistance (WIPA), also known as Indiana Works, is a program of Aspire Indiana Health that offers FREE benefits counseling to Hoosiers receiving Social Security Disability Insurance. We assist people who are transitioning back to work. Studies show that people who receive benefits counseling are more likely to find and keep a job,… Continue reading WIPA / Indiana Works
Aspire client Lori explains how Aspire Employment Services helped her train for and secure a job where she has been very successful.
Learn about the many ways that the Indiana Works program at Aspire Indiana can help if you receive Social Security and/or Disability benefits and want to find employment.
One of the biggest concerns Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, beneficiaries have about going to work is the possibility of losing Medicaid coverage. Tina Skeel, Aspire’s Director of Vocational Services explains why a SSI beneficiary may still be eligible.
In this video, Aspire Indiana Works staff member, Colt Carpenter, will help you understand what Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) is and how it can affect your benefits.
Aspire staff member, Tammy Austin, explains what steps to take if a Social Security overpayment is made.