A PASS Plan, or Plan for Achieving Self-Support, is a Social Security Work Incentive that allows a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipient to set aside money for a specified period of time for the purpose of accomplishing an employment goal (Prero, 1993; Social Security Administration, 1988).
What does SSWI stand for?
SSWI stands for Social Security Work Incentive
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Along with the Americans with Disabilities Act, other federal issues priorities for 1989 include support for: * A National Medical Rehabilitation Research Center; * The Social Security Work Incentive Act which would create a permanent disability status and eliminate the trial work period; * Family and Medical Leave Act; * Expeditious drug review by the FDA.
Another emerging source of funding for supported employment follow-along is the use of the social security work incentives PASS (Plan for Achieving Self Support) and IRWE (Impairment Related Work Expenses).