This program is offered by the University of Massachusetts Medical School

Training Opportunities

Since 2012, BenePLAN has delivered numerous trainings varying in disability-and-work-related topics, audiences, and locations throughout Massachusetts. Below are some of the key benefits to attending one of our trainings.

If you are a consumer, you will learn about:

  • Why working is always in your best interest
  • The nature of the public benefits that you recieve
  • The effects that wages have on public cash benefits and health insurance
  • What to report to Social Security and other agencies when you work
  • Self-sufficiency programs and other resources that may help you along your way to independence

If you are a provider, you will learn about:

  • The common myths around work and public benefits
  • The different types of public benefits and special programs available to your clients
  • How to verify your client's public benefits
  • The effects that wages have on your client's public benefits
  • Where to find the appropriate resources for your clients

To see the trainings that we offer and upcoming training opportunities, visit Training Menu and Upcoming Trainings.

University of Massachusetts Medical School
333 South Street • Shrewsbury, MA 01545
1-877-YES-WORK (1-877-937-9675) Toll Free
© 2017 BenePLAN / Univerity of Massachusetts Medical School

BenePLAN is a program of the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Health Policy and Research.  BenePLAN CWICs are trained and certified by Virginia Commonwealth University and they each possess extensive experience in employment and benefits.


Para conocer más sobre BenePLAN o localizer a un Coordinador de Incentivos para Trabajos Comunitarios en su área, llame sin cargo at: 1-877-YES-WORK (937-9675). Para obtener información en español, haga clic aquí.