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Medical Continuing Disability Reviews

In Benefits and Employment Articles, Benefits Application Articles, Blog, Featured, Ticket to Work Articles by Amber Kwiatkowski

If you receive disability benefits, Social Security is required by law to conduct reviews of your medical situation at scheduled intervals. This process is called a “continuing disability review” (CDR) and is intended to determine if you are medically improved and still entitled to benefits. If, during a CDR, Social Security finds that your medical condition has significantly improved, your …

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Motivational Interviewing

In Benefits Articles, Blog, Featured, News, Training Articles by eri

Many have heard the buzz about motivational interviewing (MI) and its success for the past several years. However, beyond the buzz, many still have questions about what MI is or isn’t as well as how to incorporate concepts of MI into everyday client interactions. What is MI is not: a way of tricking people into doing what you want them …

Find a Benefits Specialist

In Benefits and Employment Articles, Blog, Employment Articles, Featured, Resources, Ticket to Work Articles by Stephanie Drum

Benefit Specialists understand the complexities of public benefit systems and assist individuals through various life transitions. Whether you are applying for benefits, seeking health care coverage, entering adulthood, considering employment, or retiring, a benefits specialist can help. Wisconsin has several types of benefits specialists: Disability Benefit Specialists (DBS) Wisconsin has Disability Benefit Specialists (DBS) who assist people with physical, developmental, …