Concerned you could lose your health benefits if you go back to work?
If you currently receive Medicare, there are special provisions for you to remain eligible for at least 93 months after you achieve certain earning levels.
If you currently receive Medicare, there are special provisions to help maintain your coverage based on your earnings.
If you currently don’t receive Medicaid, you may be able to access it through a program known as Employed Individuals with Disabilities (EID) once you begin working.
Benefits Planners can assist with understanding the role of work on your health coverage. Once you begin services with DORS, let your counselor know so that an appointment can be scheduled with a benefits planner.