This course will provide you with more details about Minnesota Supplemental Aid: its eligibility rules, benefit amounts, and application process, as well as more information about how its work incentives make it possible for people with disabilities to work.
You will also be introduced to tools and resources you can use to help people make informed choices about MSA and work. See the level 2 learning objectives.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for professionals who support people with disabilities in making informed choices about work, such as special education teachers, case managers, vocational rehabilitation counselors and employment service providers.
• "Benefits and Work, Go Deeper: MSA" e-learning (approximately 25 minutes)
• Related resources, including DB101 articles and Try-it tools, and two animated videos (see below)
Benefits coach requirements
Professionals seeking benefits coach certification are required to complete this e-learning and review each of the items linked under related resources below.
Note: E-learning will open in a new window.