Work Opportunities Reward Kansans
Beginning July 1, 2007 the Kansas Health Policy Authority (now KDHE/Division of Health Care Finance) implemented a state plan package of benefits that provides personal services, as well as other services, for employed persons with disabilities in Kansas.
WORK Policy Manual
The manual detailing the policies and procedures regarding the Work Opportunities Reward Kansas (WORK) Program and its connection to Working Healthy is available to
read and download here.
WORK Policy Manual (03/2017)
Agency Direction Providers (03/2017)
IL Counseling Providers (10/2016)
SSI and Working Healthy/WORK (02/2013)
ILC Services Form (06/2015)
WORK ILC Acknowledgement of Program Policies (01/2015)
- Assessment, Consumer Agreement and Emergency Backup Plan Workbook (10/2015)
- Budget for WORK Allocation (01/2015)
- WORK Assessment Electronic Consent Statement (07/2015)
- WORK Assistive Services Request Form (04/2013)
- WORK Benefits Specialists' Talking Points (03/2015)
- WORK Emergency Back-up Plan (10/2014)
- WORK Consumer Agreement Form (06/2015)
- WORK Independent Living Counseling (ILC) Change Form (07/2014)
WORK Independent Living Counselors Training
The training is now available online!
All WORK Independent Living Counselors are required to take and pass (85%) this training curriculum.
Click here to download all the information you will need to find, register, and take the course and exam. If you have questions, please contact Sherri Marney at (785) 296-8009.
THE KANSAS SELF-DIRECTION TOOLKIT provides individuals with disabilities the information and tools needed to self-direct any component of their personal assistance services. Consumers, case managers, service coordinators, family members and others will like the Toolkit’s step-by-step format with a mix and match option that puts you in control of the information you want and need to self-direct your personal assistant (PA) supports and services.
WORK Informational Presentations
Working Healthy staff can travel to various regions throughout the state to provide information about WORK to community agencies. If your staff works directly with consumers in case management positions (Independent Living Counselors, Service Coordinators, etc.) they would benefit the most from this information. We have a presentation and then can facilitate questions and discussion about this new opportunity. If you would like more information about WORK and/or how to schedule a WORK presentation in your area, please contact your local Benefits Specialist or contact Sherri Marney at (785) 296-8009.