If you have been getting Social Security Disability benefits and believe
that you may soon be ready to return to work, we have good news for you.
Social Security provides work incentives and offers a “Ticket to
Work” program, both of which can help ease your transition back to work.
The Social Security Administration has established special rules that make
it possible for people receiving
SSD benefits or
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to work while still receiving their monthly benefits.
If you go back to work, but realize that you are unable to continue working
because of your medical condition, your benefits will start up again –
you may not have to go through the application process.
Some of the work incentives, include:
- Cash benefits for a time while you are working;
- Continued Medicaid or Medicare coverage while you work; and
- Assistance with education, training and rehabilitation so you can start
a new career.
It’s important to note that Social Security and SSI have different
rules. If you are receiving SSD or SSI benefits, be sure to inform the
Social Security Administration right away when you begin or stop working,
and let them know about any other changes that could affect your benefits.
When You’re Ready to Return to Work
When you think you might be ready to go back to work, Social Security’s
Ticket to Work program may help you. Under this program, you can receive
free vocational rehabilitation, training, job referrals, and other support
services, all aimed at making this transition as smooth as possible.
While you’re participating in the Ticket to Work program, you won’t
need to undergo any medical reviews as you use the free “ticket”
and make progress towards returning to work.
Schedule your consultation today!
The rules of the Social Security Administration can be complex, but with
our help they don’t have to be. If you need more information about
Social Security Disability benefits or the Ticket to Work program, please contact
The Zendeh Del Law Firm to schedule a consultation with a Dallas Social Security Disability attorney!