Work and well-being go hand in hand
All too often, people with disabilities are reluctant to seek employment or pursue a better-paying job. The fear is that a new job or more money in their paycheck might make them ineligible for cash payments, healthcare coverage, or in-home assistance
Social Security programs called work incentives are changing that belief by encouraging people with disabilities to enter and succeed in the workforce.
The following pages will show you how benefits and work incentives can help people with disabilities succeed in the workplace.