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Georgia STABLE (Georgia ABLE) Account Presentation for Professionals Supporting People with Disabilities


Thursday, August 29, 2019
2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. EST


Cost: Free


Format: Discussion


Where:

Georgia Department of Community Health,2 Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

Sponsored By:

Georgia Office of the State Treasurer, Georgia Department of Community Health, and other agencies

Description:

Georgia STABLE is Georgia’s Savings Plan for People with Disabilities. As a professional working with people with disabilities in Georgia, we know that your goal is to do everything in your power to improve the lives and long-term stability of those whom you serve. As you may know, the Georgia STABLE program enables individuals with disabilities to dramatically increase the ability to save and invest without losing eligibility for certain public benefit programs. We hope you will strongly consider attending this event or sending a representative so that we might better partner with you and spread the word about this excellent savings resource. We want to increase awareness of the program and expand enrollment statewide.

If you cannot attend in-person, you can tune in on Facebook to the live stream at facebook.com/georgiaddcouncil. On-screen transcription and ASL interpreters will be provided.



Registration:

Deadline to Register - August 26, 2019

The event is free. Registration is required by August 26. To register, send an email response to kim.asher@treasury.ga.gov or jennifer.richards@treasury.ga.gov. Please list the names and agency/organization of the people attending the event.

Contact For More Information:


Kim Asher
Email: kim.asher@treasury.ga.gov
Web: Georgia Office of the State Treasurer
(https://ost.georgia.gov/)


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