Placement by yurtgc548

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									Placement
                           Placement

Preparing the Ticket holder.

•   The Ticket Holder needs to know what they are getting into and what
    will happen to their benefits once they return to work. Make sure they
    know where they stand where they stand with their trial work period.
                           Placement
Preparing the Ticket holder.

•   The Ticket Holder needs to know what they are getting into and what
    will happen to their benefits once they return to work. Make sure they
    know where they stand where they stand with their trial work period.

• Make sure they understand the physical, emotional and mental strain of
  returning to work. Determine the work activities they can still perform.
                           Placement
Preparing the Ticket holder.

•   The Ticket Holder needs to know what they are getting into and what
    will happen to their benefits once they return to work. Make sure they
    know where they stand where they stand with their trial work period.

• Make sure they understand the physical, emotional and mental strain of
  returning to work. Determine the work activities they can still perform.

• The Ticket Holder realistically needs to understand that they most likely
  will not re enter the work force at the same level they left. BE REAL!!!
  Some professions are easier to get back into than other fields. A nurse is
  easer than an IT specialist. Nurses are in demand and can work in a
  variety of different medical fields
                     Placement
Preparation for Placement –

• Develop a realistic plan for a job search. Be creative in
  developing employment prospects based on the skills they
  have acquired.
                       Placement
Preparation for Placement –

• Develop a realistic plan for a job search. Be creative in
  developing employment prospects based on the skills they
  have acquired.

• Focus on the positive. Focus on preparing the Ticket Holder
  to emphasize their abilities, not their disabilities. Employers
  look for value in a prospective employee.
                       Placement
Preparation for Placement –

• Develop a realistic plan for a job search. Be creative in
  developing employment prospects based on the skills they
  have acquired.

• Focus on the positive. Focus on preparing the Ticket Holder
  to emphasize their abilities, not their disabilities. Employers
  look for value in a prospective employee.

• Assure that the Ticket Holder is prepared for the interview.
  For many ticket holders receiving SSDI it may have been
  years since they interviewed.
                         Placement
Preparation for Placement –

• Develop a realistic plan for a job search. Be creative in developing
  employment prospects based on the skills they have acquired.

• Focus on the positive. Focus on preparing the Ticket Holder to
  emphasize their abilities, not their disabilities. Employers look for
  value in a prospective employee.

• Assure that the Ticket Holder is prepared for the interview. For
  many ticket holders receiving SSDI it may have been years since
  they interviewed.

• Make sure the Ticket holder has an updated and clean resume.
                      Placement
Post placement - Retention

• Follow up with the Ticket Holder after interviews to identify
  what went well and where they need to improve.
                       Placement
Post placement - Retention

• Follow up with the Ticket Holder after interviews to identify
  what went well and where they need to improve.

• Retention is important! And may require you to work some
  evenings and weekends. Once a ticket holder gets a job
  make sure that you call them or they call you after their first
  day of work. You want to make sure you reinforce their
  success and identify any problems.
                           Placement
Post placement - Retention

• Follow up with the Ticket Holder after interviews to identify what went
  well and where they need to improve.

•    Retention is important! And may require you to work some evenings
    and weekends. Once a ticket holder gets a job make sure that you call
    them or they call you after their first day of work. You want to make sure
    you reinforce their success and identify any problems.

• Develop a plan for follow up after that. Make sure that it addresses their
  needs. I tell them that I will be with them for the next 5 years. The
  objective is to identify problems before they get out of hand. Talk about
  work place problems and come up with solutions.

								
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