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Work Incentive Benefits Specialist Initial Training 2019

In Events_Archive by Stephanie Drum

Work Incentive Benefits Specialists (WIBS) provide information to people who have disabilities and receive public or private benefits. WIBS provide information needed for making informed decisions about work. This helps a person understand how earnings may affect disability payments, healthcare, and other publicly funded benefits. For people with a disability, work incentives benefits information is an essential part of getting …

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Work Incentives Benefits Specialist Initial Training 2018

In Events, Events_Archive, Featured, News by Stephanie Drum

Work Incentive Benefits Specialists (WIBS) provide information to people who have disabilities and receive public or private benefits. WIBS provide information needed for making informed decisions about work. This helps a person understand how earnings may affect disability payments, healthcare, and other publicly funded benefits. For people with a disability, work incentives benefits information is an essential part of getting …

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Work Incentives Benefits Specialist Initial Training 2017

In Events_Archive by Stephanie Drum

Work Incentive Benefits Specialists (WIBS) provide information to people who have disabilities and receive public or private benefits. WIBS provide information needed for making informed decisions about work. This helps a person understand how earnings may affect disability payments, healthcare, and other publicly funded benefits. For people with a disability, work incentives benefits information is an essential part of getting …

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Disability Pride Madison Festival 2017

In Blog, Events_Archive, Featured, News by Anna Gouker

Showcasing diverse talent and a wide range of abilities – that’s the reason for Madison’s Disability Pride Festival. If you’re interested in a memorable and lively experience you’ll want to be at Tenney Park in Madison between 12 and 5 pm on July 29th! When:  July 29th; 12-5pm  |  Where: Tenny Park, Madison The 2017 festival is sure to be the …

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Add Your Voice: Support Disability Policies

In Blog, Events_Archive, Featured, News by Beth Wroblewski

Joint Finance Committee Hearings on the State Budget April 3 – April 21 • Throughout Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s proposed budget addresses many issues important to the disability community. Right now, there’s money to end the children’s long-term care wait lists, increase personal care, provide more mental health supports, and increase education funds. Members of the Joint Committee on Finance …

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Disability Advocacy Day – March 21

In Blog, Events_Archive, Featured, News by Beth Wroblewski

Disability Advocacy Day is on March 21 in Madison. The deadline for registering is this Friday, March 10! The issues for people with disabilities are NOW URGENT! Medicaid Funding On Monday, March 6, Congress introduced a bill that will dramatically reduce Medicaid funding coming to Wisconsin. That could have a critical impact on Medicaid programs like BadgerCare, mental health services, …