58 min

Disability Work Incentives with Raymond Cebula, III, J.D. of Cornell University The Landscape

    • Society & Culture

Roughly 70% of individuals with a disability are unemployed. One of the main barriers is the fear of employment causing them to lose their disability benefits. Todays guest, Raymond Cebula, has spend his professional career educating people that going to work is possible, and almost the only means to get out of poverty.  Raymond Cebula, who is a program director at Cornell University's Yang tan Institute for unemployment and disability. Raymond has dedicated his professional career educating on how employment impacts benefits, and advocating for individuals with a disability, both in court and in Washington DC. You won't want to miss any part of this interview. After listening to the episode, find more information at any of the links below. And please make sure to share this episode with individual with a disability, families and professionals that support individuals with a disability who are interested in going to work!

Disability Work Incentives General Information: Here

The Red Book -  A 60 page summary guide to employment supports for people with a disability on SSI/SSDI: Here

Information on Ticket to Work: Here

Information on 1619(B) and the threshold for each state: Here

Links for The Landscape Pages

Link to The Landscape FB Page

Link to The Landscape Instagram Page

Link to sign up News Letter

Link to The Landscape LinkedIn

Roughly 70% of individuals with a disability are unemployed. One of the main barriers is the fear of employment causing them to lose their disability benefits. Todays guest, Raymond Cebula, has spend his professional career educating people that going to work is possible, and almost the only means to get out of poverty.  Raymond Cebula, who is a program director at Cornell University's Yang tan Institute for unemployment and disability. Raymond has dedicated his professional career educating on how employment impacts benefits, and advocating for individuals with a disability, both in court and in Washington DC. You won't want to miss any part of this interview. After listening to the episode, find more information at any of the links below. And please make sure to share this episode with individual with a disability, families and professionals that support individuals with a disability who are interested in going to work!

Disability Work Incentives General Information: Here

The Red Book -  A 60 page summary guide to employment supports for people with a disability on SSI/SSDI: Here

Information on Ticket to Work: Here

Information on 1619(B) and the threshold for each state: Here

Links for The Landscape Pages

Link to The Landscape FB Page

Link to The Landscape Instagram Page

Link to sign up News Letter

Link to The Landscape LinkedIn

58 min

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