Find documents, podcasts, worksheets and other important resources for disability employment. 

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Ticket to Work logo and The Seal of the United States Social Security Administration
Ticket to Work logo and The Seal of the United States Social Security Administration
Access to Employment Support Services for Social Security Disability Beneficiaries Who Want to Work
 
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  1. Planning Your Employment Goals with the Ticket To Work Program

    Ben Holding A Work PlanWhen you work with a Ticket to Work service provider, they will help you develop a work plan that serves as a roadmap to your success. Learn more about work plans, such as what work plans include and what your responsibilities are in this Ticket to Work Frequently Asked Questions.

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  2. 2017 Ticket to Work Successes – A Year in Review

    Grid image of Sandy, David, Jesus, and AmyThe 2017 Ticket to Work Successes – A Year in Review video, highlights each individual featured by Ticket to Work in our 2017 success stories. Find out how they learned about Work Incentives, gained access to supports and services and found the path to financial independence.

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    Categories: Success Story, Video
  3. Peter's Success Story

    Image of Peter smiling at his deskWhen Peter was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease, he balanced his work schedule and medical treatments. But after a while, Peter had to leave work and focus on his health full time. Find out how the Ticket to Work program helped Peter find a path back to employment when he was ready.

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  4. Ticket to Work for America’s Veterans

    Fact sheet iconThe Ticket to Work (Ticket) program recognized that military veterans have a lot to offer employers. Learn about Social Security resources and Ticket program supports for certain veterans as they look for civilian employment in this fact sheet.

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  5. Amy's Success Story

    Photo of Amy smiling at the cameraRead the latest Ticket to Work story to meet Amy, who has a developmental disability that affects her language, learning and social interactions. Find out how working with her State VR agency, an EN and Project SEARCH has helped Amy find the support and training she needed to find a job and succeed in the workplace.

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  6. Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act

    Graphic of a blue ticket with "Ticket to Work and Frequently Asked Questions" in writingSection 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 sets guidelines for federal contractors on employment of people with disabilities. In our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) resource, we share what Section 503 could mean for your job search and career path.

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    Categories: Document
  7. David's Success Story

    Picture of David smilingAfter a car accident, David wasn't sure how he could return to work with a disability. He turned to Ticket to Work, and his Employment Network was able to help him create a plan. Read David's story to learn how he found his path to success.

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  8. Jesus' Success Story

    Picture of Jesus smiling at the cameraJesus, who has spina bifida, has never let his disability affect his motivation to achieve success. Through volunteer work and the Ticket to Work program, Jesus found passion for working with others and created a path to success and full-time work. Learn more about Jesus and his journey in our latest Ticket to Work success story. 

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  9. Shileta's Success Story

    Photo of Shileta looking at the cameraShileta is a young adult with Cerebral Palsy who spends much of her time guiding youth with disabilities through self-discovery and life planning. Learn how the Ticket to Work program and mentorship helped her on her journey to success.

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  10. Work Incentives for People Who Are Blind

    Fact Sheet IconMost people receiving a disability payment can access Work Incentives or employment supports, but some of the rules are more generous if your disability is blindness. For more information see this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document about Social Security Work Incentives for People who are Blind.

    Topics: blindness, faqs