This effects many PSWs but not all. PPL has contacted each PSW effected by the overpayment via email. Please check your email and spam/junk folder. If you have any questions regarding this error, please contact PPL. The contact information is listed below.
Impact Oregon is a new website to connect job seekers with careers in the developmental disabilities field.
Check out the video below:
Oregon ABLE is launching new monthly webinars!
There are three types of webinars available:
- Oregon ABLE 101: This is an introduction to ABLE. It is geared for people who don’t have an account and want to know more about how the program works.
When: 2nd Wednesday of every month at noon and 6 p.m.
- How to Use Your Oregon ABLE Account: This is geared for people who have accounts but want more info on how to use it. This will cover everything from how to do certain things like make a withdrawal on the website, to how long it takes to transfer money into the account.
When: 3rd Wednesday of every month at noon and 6 p.m.
- Invaluable series: Every month Oregon ABLE will have an expert come and talk to about different financial topics. January will be about budgeting and money management and February will be about setting attainable financial goals. Topics will get more advanced over the course of the year and include topics like building credit and how to start working without losing benefits. The series is specifically tailored to adults/youth with disabilities since most financial literacy programs don’t factor in the reality of living with a disability.
When: 4th Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m.
For event times and registration – visit the Oregon ABLE website at www.oregonABLEsavings.com/events
What if I didn’t receive an invitation from Oregon Saves?
We have confirmed that DSPs are included in the priority workers for childcare considerations. DSPs and PSWs are falling under the “essential worker” category of “workers who support food, shelter, and social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise needy individuals.”