Join this conversation today: Coping With Mental Health Problems That Interfere With Work

NYAPRS Note: The Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation has arranged for guest expert, Peter Travisano M.Ed, CPWIC, Manager, Work Without Limits, to answer questions today, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, from 2:00-3:00 pm ET.  You can use this interactive time, whether you are a person living with a mental health condition, a family member, an administrator of a service, a provider or a researcher, to ask about anything related to benefits and employment and coping with mental health problems that interfere with work in "Ask Me Anything" Employment Series!

Register for the FREE webinar now and ask your questions!


Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation


"Ask Me Anything" Employment Series

National Resource Center on Employment

You’re invited to ask an expert about coping with mental health problems that interfere with work.

On Wednesday, March 21, 2018, from 2:00-3:00 PM ET, Peter Travisano, via webinar, will answer any questions you have related to financial benefits and employment.

This free, online event is not a presentation but an interactive question & answer webinar.

Regardless of whether you are a person living with a mental health condition, a family member, an administrator of a service, a provider, a researcher — you can use the time to ask anything related to benefits and employment to our guest expert.

For example, you could ask about:

  • How does working affect my Social Security benefits?
  • How does working affect my health benefits, such as MassHealth and Medicare benefits?

Peter Travisano M.Ed, CPWIC, Manager, Work Without Limits Administrative Employment Network, University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Peter Travisano has more than twenty-five years of management experience in the Vocational Rehabilitation field. In 2010, Peter was certified as a Community Work Incentives Coordinator (CWIC) and later became Manager of BenePLAN a Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA) program operated though Work Without Limits at University of Massachusetts Medical School. Since 2014, Peter has served as the Manager of the Work Without Limits Administrative Employment Network currently partnering with twelve community based vocational rehabilitation programs with the goal of maximizing revenue through Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program, while providing detailed and on-going work incentives counseling to individuals assigned to TTW.

Register for the FREE webinar now and ask your questions!

Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
940 Commonwealth Ave., West
Boston, MA 02215
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