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This pub tells you about SSI rules when you turn age 18. If you had SSI before age 18, you have to have your eligibility for SSI decided again. SSI rules are different for people over the age of 18. This pub also tells you where to get help.
This pub tells you how to get assistive technology from the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). You have to be eligible for DOR services to get it. DOR helps you reach an employment goal.
Social Security has special rules known as “work incentives.” You can use them to help you go to work without suddenly losing your benefits. This pub tells you about “work incentives” when you get SSDI.
Social Security has special rules known as “work incentives.” You can use them to help go to work without suddenly losing your benefits. This pub tells you about “work incentives” when you get SSI.
The Individualized Plan for Employment (IEP) is something you create with DOR. This pub tells you what an IPE is. It tells you how it is developed and what is included.
What is America’s Job Center of California?
America’s Job Center of California (formerly the One-Stop Career Center) was established by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) offers a comprehensive range of workforce development activities through statewide and local organizations. These centers are administered by the state Workforce Investment Board (WIB) consisting of representatives from businesses, labor organizations, educational institutions and community organizations.
This pub explains that DOR will not pay for services you can get from others. It tells you what types of services you may get from others. It tells you the law that allows DOR to do this.