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What to do if your SSI benefits were cut off when you turned 18

When you turn 18, the Social Security Administration (SSA) reviews your case to see if you still meet the requirements to receive SSI. The rules change when you turn 18, and some people lose their benefits.

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What to Expect from Free Legal Services

This information sheet from ASERT explains what to expect from free legal services as well as information on law firms and agencies across the state that provide free services.

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What to Expect in an Autism Evaluation

This resource, developed by ASERT, provides information for parents and caregivers on what to expect when their child has an autism evaluation.

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What to Know About Bank Accounts

Bank accounts help individuals save money and pay for goods and services. Having and managing a bank account is an important step to becoming more independent. This information sheet provides general tips and information about bank accounts.

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When to Call 911 – Parts 1 & 2 Social Story

These social stories were created to describe the various aspects of determining when to call 911, for individuals with autism.

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Where Can I Get Help to Make My Home Accessible?

Sometimes home modifications need to be made so that the home becomes more accessible for an individual with disabilities. This guide by Disability.gov talks about home modifications and how to pay for them.

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Work Early, Work Often

A video series explaining the importance of exposing young adults with disabilities to real work experiences.

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Work Ready Philadelphia

WorkReady Philadelphia is a collection of programs designed to help the young people of Philadelphia find valuable work experience and opportunities that will help them now and in the future.

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Workplace Relationships

While you may be thinking that the only important part of a job is doing the job itself, the relationships you have with coworkers are also very important. You will likely spend a lot of time with coworkers, so understanding how to interact with them is a necessary skill to learn. Below are some questions and answers you may have about workplace relationships.

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Writing Effective Individualized Education Programs (IEP)

This resource explains the importance of measurable annual goals for a student with disabilities and how to create one that aligns with Pennsylvania standards.

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Wyoming County Autism Census

The PA Autism Census Update, conducted by the Autism Services, Education, Resources, & Training Collaborative (ASERT), provides a count of the number of individuals with autism who are receiving service in Pennsylvania. This report provides information specific to Wyoming County.

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Wyoming County Government Offices

This resource is a collection of contact information for Wyoming County government offices including: County Assistance Offices, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Intermediate Units, County MH/ID/EI and more.

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York County Autism Census

The PA Autism Census Update, conducted by the Autism Services, Education, Resources, & Training Collaborative (ASERT), provides a count of the number of individuals with autism who are receiving service in Pennsylvania. This report provides information specific to York County.

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York County Government Offices

This resource is a collection of contact information for York County government offices including: County Assistance Offices, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Intermediate Units, County MH/ID/EI and more.

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Your Special Education Rights

Empowering parents with the knowledge and understanding they need to advocate for their child’s education through engaging video programs.

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