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What You Need to Know About Disability Evidence

Social Security Disability is a legal proceeding that uses medical evidence like any other civil or criminal court would use evidence. While all forms of evidence relevant to the disability status of the claimant are admissible, only one type of evidence is...

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An SSI Trust that Holds Funds for Your Benefit!

SSI + Inheritance = Trust In my last two blogs we shared information on asset building accounts. This month, let’s take a look at a way you can provide for the future financial needs of your disabled child or family member receiving Supplemental Security Insurance...

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What’s Your Story?

…and why it matters to us in helping you with Ticket to Work The vast majority of our clients take the first step toward achieving their goal by placing a telephone call to one of our toll-free numbers. We also receive emails and texts requesting information....

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Quality Guidance Within Reach

With four branches of Mission Possible there are many opportunities to help individuals obtain employment. There are many perks in the job searching process, and one that has proven most valuable is working with someone who can provide expert advice for beneficiaries...

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Ticket to Work and Continuing Disability Reviews

In the world of Social Security Disability recipients, getting a notice of a Continuing Disability Review (CDR) is nerve-wracking….at best. Fear and anxiety take hold of almost everyone holding a CDR announcement letter in their hands!  “Will I have to prove that I’m...

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Anything You Say Can and Will Be Used Against You

Social Security is a large trust fund that acts as both a retirement investment for most workers and a safety net for individuals who become too disabled to continue performing full time jobs. In recent years, the Social Security Administration (SSA) had adopted a...

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Creating a my Social Security Account

Having a my Social Security account can be extremely helpful and important in obtaining information pertaining to your benefits. What is a my Social Security account? A my Social Security Account is your personal, online account for interactive and secure access to...

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Achieving a Better Life Experience

We all want to achieve a better life experience, but did you know that this  actually is an Act that was signed into law? In December of 2014, a new asset -building opportunity for certain individuals with disabilities was signed into law, called Achieving a Better...

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Safety Nets, Ticket to Work and YOU

In the world of Ticket to Work, we use the term “Safety Nets” to describe the series of protections that the Ticket to Work program provides for Social Security Disability beneficiaries.  I’d like to take you with me as we explore some of the safety nets of the Ticket...

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Caregivers and Nurturers

Today I am at my son and daughter-in-laws home with my four granddaughters.  Their oldest daughter is 11 years old. She is a sweet, good natured girl who suffers with severe epilepsy. Her epilepsy has stolen most of her abilities that are normal for a child of 11. She...

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Helping You Succeed!

We serve disabled individuals in three different platforms of Mission Possible Employment Services. Each branch of the company is designed to provide services to individuals with disabilities. The first branch is Disability Representative services, the second branch...

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Why is Benefits Counseling the Safest Path to Employment?

We have heard many on disability who are considering going to work ask How much can I earn without impacting my benefits? Will my monthly benefit change? Will it immediately stop when I begin working? Will I lose my Medicare or Medicaid? These are all valid concerns...

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How Do I Explain the Gaps in my Employment History?

First of all, let me assure you, that almost EVERYONE has gaps in their employment history!  Just because you’re disabled does not mean you should approach your resume or your upcoming job interview any differently than anyone else.   Here are some tips that may...

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My Inspiration

As a child, I had never heard or knew anyone who had a disability. Growing up in a rural area, I didn’t recognize the term from anyone I knew, but in the “old days” it was called “crippled”. In fact, Seattle’s Children Hospital was called the Crippled Children’s...

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Building on the Mission!

After several years of being encouraged to become an Administrative Employment Network (AEN), Mission Possible decided it was time to start another branch of the company, and Mission Possible Administrative Services (MPAS) was formed. As an AEN we can work with more...

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What Have we Learned from 2020?

This past year of pandemic craziness reminded us, in a very real way, that life sometimes takes unexpected turns.  Each of us have been affected in different ways and we have had to all learn to be more comfortable in dealing with the unexpected.  Mission Possible...

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Why Should You Look into Ticket to Work?

You just started receiving disability benefits! That’s a VERY good question!  Why should you even think about entering a program that is designed to help you get off the very benefits you just started receiving?  Here are some answers to that question and why Ticket...

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Learning to Work for All

Years ago, we had a woman come into our office to announce she had chosen Mission Possible Employment Services to work with her autistic son. I explained that we did not know much about autism, to which she replied, “learn!” I loved her audacity and enthusiasm. She...

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COVID, Medicaid and Unemployment

As a result of the 2020 COVID pandemic, Congress signed into law by President Donald Trump the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Several questions have come up of how the additional income from...

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Getting To Know MPAS

Mission Possible Administrative Services (MPAS) is a new LLC formed by the owner of Mission Possible Employment Services (MPES) and has been established to operate as an Administrative Employment Network (AEN). MPES was established in 1998 to provide services to help...

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Welcome

Welcome to the new website for Mission Possible Employment Services, Inc. We have three parts of our company. We began as an employment agency in 1992, contracting with vocational rehabilitation agencies in multiple states. We worked with County, Veterans, Mental...

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