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Ballroom Dancer is Inspired to Keep Moving: Megan Riggs’ Story Part 2, Building a Future

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Ballroom Dancer is Inspired to Keep Moving: Megan Riggs’ Story Part 2, Building a Future

In February 2013, after two successful years on the job at a biomedical research firm, Megan Riggs was once again out of work when her department closed. Her disability persisted, but the positive byproducts of the Ticket program stayed with her. With support from the Ticket to Work program, Megan had a smooth transition back to receiving SSDI benefits and went on to start her own business providing specialty fitness classes to senior citizens.

Resources

https://chooseworkttw.net/Assets/docs-materials/MRIGGS_SStory-061914_PART2_Final_508.pdf
  • Author: Social Security Administration Ticket to Work Program
  • Duration: 6 minutes
  • Date Posted: 7/29/2014
  • Topics: Employment, Mental Health, SSI, Transition Planning, Work Incentives
https://choosework.net/library/megan-riggs-success-story-part-2

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