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Promising Practices: Ensuring Choice Under the Ticket to Work Program - The Indiana PABSS Approach

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The Ticket to Work program offered disabled and blind social security beneficiaries the promise of greater choice when selecting a vocational rehabilitation provider. With the issuance of Transmittal #17, much of the opportunity to choose a provider was removed. The Protection and Advocacy agency in Indiana took steps to protect the rights of disabled and blind beneficiaries to choose providers in the face of this significant policy change. Learn what was done to protect the rights and ability of beneficiaries to seek and choose vocational rehabilitation providers.

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2005-03-01

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bar; barrier; barriers; benefits; blocks; developmental disabled; disabilities; disability; Disability Benefits and Work; EDIcat3-DBW; Disability Programs; disable; disabled; disablement; disabling; earnings; employ; employing; employment; Federal Insurance Contributions Act; FICA; handicap; handicapped; heal; impairment; impediments; Insurance; learning disability; limitation; limitation; long term disability; maternity leave; mental handicap; mental retardation; OASDI; obstacles; Old Age; Survivors and Disability; Old Age; Survivors; and Disability Insurance; paternity leave; physical disability; recuperate; rehabilitate; rehabilitated; rehabilitating; rehabilitation; rehabilitative; retirement; return-to-work; RTW; self-employment; short term disability; social security; Social Security; Social Security Disability Insurance; special need; SSDI; SSDI; SSI; Supplemental Security Income; therapy; ticket to work; treatment; vocational rehabilitation; work

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