Service Providers' Experiences Under the Revised Ticket to Work Regulations
AbstractIn 2008, Congress revised the regulations for Ticket to Work, a federal program created to improve incentives and supports for people who receive disability benefits to seek employment. This issue brief discusses how Ticket to Work participation by service providers and beneficiaries has changed under the revised regulations. It also describes providers' early experiences with these regulations.
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Date of creation: 28 Feb 2012
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TTW; Ticket to Work; Service Providers; SSA; SSI; DI;
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