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Join us for #SepsisChat, Thursday, July 31 at 1pm EST. Topic is Sepsis and Disability. Many Sepsis survivors are left with debilitating Post Sepsis symptoms. Others, multiple amputations, recurrent infections, post sepsis related illness; leading to additional surgeries. Cognitive decline, PTSD, generalized fatigue and pain are just a few symptoms. Yet, many survivors cannot qualify for Social Security, Public Assistance, Respite or Caregiver services. We will discuss this topic and tweet using the #SepsisChat hashtag. I'll briefly touch on my struggles in the aftermath of Sepsis
No one wants to be in the horrifying position of having to apply for social security disability benefits. No one ever expects to get hurt on the job and find themselves unable to work and earn an income. But if and when it happens, will you be ready? Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they explore the best ways to prepare yourself for a disability or workers compensation claim in the event you need to file for it. After all, social security disability benefits and workers' compensation benefits are in place to provide benefits if you can no longer work. Don't miss out on this invaluable opportunity to educate yourself on these programs.
What happens when you have an injury that ends your career? If you aren’t covered by the proper disability insurance you could have drastic ramifications to your income. Some disability insurance will protect you whether the injury is work related or not. Shirley Gutkowski, Host of Cross Link Radio, speaks with Craig Gussin and Jean Rockwell about different types of disability insurance.
Craig Gussin attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, where he received his degree in Business Administration. Craig also holds an advanced degree, Charter Life Underwriter from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. He is a Certified Health Care Reform Specialist and a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, along with the National Association of Health Underwriters and The International Disability Insurance Society. He has written articles, conducted seminars, been interviewed on TV, Radio, in the newspaper and magazines, including the June 2011 issue of Money Magazine.
Jean Rockwell was a full time RDH for 29 years, when she was forced to retire due to a disability. Luckily, she had disability insurance, allowing her to maintain the lifestyle she had while working as an RDH. She lives in San Diego, California, and is currently working part time as an insurance agent with Auerbach & Gussin Insurance, promoting disability insurance to RDH’s. She is a co-author of an article in RDH Magazine where she examines the features of a comprehensive disability insurance policy. She also co-monitors an online group, specifically designed for disabled or injured RDH’s. She is a member of ADHA and CDHA. Jean attended Pensacola Junior College in Pensacola, Florida and obtained her Associate of Science degree in Dental Hygiene.
The Social Security Administration is under fire right now for the wrong reasons. The federal disability program is not out of control and it's solvency can be fixed with simple congressional action. Join disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they discuss the latest in disability benefits and how to maximize your chances in obtaining benefits.
Join us for a conversation with Carol Glazer, President of the National Organization on Disability (NOD), a private, non-profit organization that promotes the full participation and contributions of America’s 56 million people with disabilities in all aspects of life. NOD focuses on increasing employment opportunities for the 79 percent of working-age Americans with disabilities who are not employed.
Under Carol’s leadership, NOD has developed important new relationships with the US Army, leading employers, national and local foundations, allied disability organizations and scores of new corporate donors to NOD’s programs. She put in place NOD’s signature employment demonstrations, Wounded Warrior Careers and Bridges to Business.
We'll talk with Carol about what fuels her passion to serve the disability community, NOD's initiatives including the exciting Disability Employment Tracker, how Federal Contractors are working to meet new regulations regarding implementing Final Rule changes in Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Disability Employment Awareness Month, and much more...
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As dental hygienists, we have all at least contemplated about buying disability insurance. But is it worth the expense? What kind of disabilty insurance is there? How expensive is it? What would it cover? How long would it last if you ever needed to use it? Today, America's Dental Hygienist, Shirley Gutkowski talks with Ann Hansen about all the pros-and-cons of disablilty insurance. Ann Hansen is a Registered Dental Hygienist and has a Bachelor's Degree in Health. She has over 30 years of dental experience--ranging from registered dental assistant, insurance manager, office manager and dental hygienist. She has been retired from dental hygiene since 2008 but still stays connected to dentistry through education and mentoring. She is a two-time attendee of Career Fusion--and loves the comraderie and support it has brought to her life.
In the United States and around the world, individuals with disabilities are demanding their rights as equal citizens and as people first. How does this growing awareness of disabilities intersect with politics and social activism? What effect does it have on the balance of social capital in society? As one of the fastest growing groups of individuals with disabilities in the country and the world, how are individuals on the ASD spectrum and their families affected by the politics of disability? Join me and the graduate students of Cambridge College's Special Education Program in a discussion of Autism and the Politics of Disability. The work of disability rights activist Simi Linton will be discussed among other topics.
The shock of being injured in an auto accident raises many questions. For example, what happens nows? How long with I receive benefits from my Auto Insurance PIP (Personal Injury Protection) Policy? How long will my Employment Sick Leave last? Will I qualify for Short or Long-Term Disability from my Employer's Benefit Package? All these and more questions are quite common. Join me, ESTRA in discussing the Early Stages of Disability today.
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EMPOWERMENT ZONE - Disability Round table discussion – BIRN
If you are ready to feel Inspired, empowered, and motivated and have a disability you have come to your one stop shop to find solutions and help you set goals to live a better life!!!
The Disability Round Table is a place for Ideas, discussion, and recovery for people seeking solutions, to bridge the gap between understanding your disability and finding out what comes next that can change your life for the better when we work together so be prepared to hear some great information to motivate us all to enter the Empowerment Zone and change the World!!!
The hosts of the Disability round Table are: Constance Miller who is a published Author Who had her story feature in a Super Bowl football game and long time Brain Injury Advocate, Ken Collins Former Major League Base Ball Player and also Ken Collins work for an Independent Living Center called Gallup Center for Independence and is a program Manager, and Les Paul Morgan who a Certified Peer Support Specialist/Advocate for people with disabilities and works helping people with Brain Injuries and related disabilities and also leads 2 Brain Injury Support Groups in 2 States. Les Paul works helping people with disabilities T Walton Options for Independent Living.
It is our desire to help others in their quest to find the tools and knowledge to live a better more abundant Life after disability.
Ernest and Renate will discuss what disability insurance is and why we need it. Sometimes the unexpected happens and we are put in a position where we are unable to work. What will you do? How will you continue to pay your bills and maintain your quality of life? There are various programs that are designed to fill in the gap but you would be surprised how many people are not protected. Are you one of them? Get the facts today. Log onto http://www.blogtalkradio.com/a-americanlegacy.com at 3:00pm today!
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