When: Thursday, October 24, 2019
Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm CST
Cost: Free, but registration is required
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This webcast offers 1 CRC credit.
PROMISE —Promoting Readiness of Minors in Supplemental Security Income—began in 2013 in a U.S. Department of Education in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Social Security Administration partnership to improve the post-school living, learning and earning outcomes of youth with disabilities who receive SSI.
The Department of Education awarded cooperative agreements to five States and one multi-state consortia. The purpose of PROMISE was to test strategies aimed to improve post-school outcomes for youth on SSI; evaluate findings to inform improved public policy and practice; and, translate knowledge regarding evidence-based practices and outcomes. Join our webcast to hear lessons learned from Wisconsin, one of the participating states.
- Youth and family outreach and engagement strategies
- Effective case management and interagency collaboration and data sharing practices
- Integration of evidence-based services and supports including pre-employment transition services, soft skills training, work incentives benefits counseling, advocacy training, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care and other practices influencing policy and practice
Presented by Ellie Hartman, Researcher at University of Wisconsin - Madison, Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.
Register for "Lessons Learned from Wisconsin PROMISE: A Focused Look at Improving Employment Outcomes for Youth Receiving SSI".