Many people with disabilities receive Social Security benefits. Social Security assigns a Representative Payee if they have information that indicates the person needs help managing their money. Frequently, people have had little to no opportunity or experience with their money. They haven’t been responsible for developing a budget, paying their bills, and saving for things they want. They haven’t had the opportunity to learn from their successes or from mistakes. In supporting people to exercise their rights, we find that money is important to people. It is our responsibility to help people gain experience and skills to manage their money or to make a truly informed choice.
In This Webinar
- Social Security and Representative Payees
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Focus on Promoting rights
- Practical Ideas and Resources
Cathy brings 35 years of experience with strong project management, data, quality assurance, and training skills. These skills are match by her ability to meld local experiences with a national perspective.
CQL Vice President of Accreditation
Katherine Dunbar leads CQL Accreditation initiatives, providing leadership for staff, creating resources, and building relationships. Katherine has decades of experience in the field, holding various leadership positions and overseeing hundreds of people in multiple states.EMAIL ME
Arc of Onondaga
Donna Loveland is the Associate Executive Director of Quality and Compliance at Arc of Onondaga, where she oversees all quality, compliance, staff development, and HIPAA activities. Donna has 22 years of experience in the human services field. She has been a CQL Certified Trainer since 2014.
The Arc Putnam New York
Pepi Diaz-Salazar is the Director of Quality Outcomes at The Arc Putnam New York. She has worked to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities since 1992 and has worked at the Arc Putnam since 1998. In 2012, she became a CQL Certified Trainer.