[Libs-Or] INFORMATION: Free webinar: Understanding Social Security

Diedre Conkling diedre08 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 12:35:28 PDT 2014

webinar: Understanding Social Security
Posted on September 4, 2014
by jmcgilvray <http://www.districtdispatch.org/author/jmcgilvray/>

Do you know how to help your patrons locate information on Supplemental
Security Income or Social Security? The American Library Association (ALA)
is encouraging librarians to participate in “My SSA,” a free webinar
that will teach participants how to use My Social Security (MySSA), the
online Social Security resource.

Presented by leaders and members of the development team of MySSA
<https://secure.ssa.gov/RIL/SiView.do>, this session will provide attendees
with an overview of MySSA. In addition to receiving benefits information in
print, the Social Security Administration is encouraging librarians to
create an online MySSA account to view and track benefits.

Attendees will learn about viewing earnings records and receiving instant
estimates of their future Social Security benefits. Those already receiving
benefits can check benefit and payment information and manage their

*Speakers include:*

   - Maria Artista-Cuchna, Acting Associate Commissioner, External Affairs
   - Kia Anderson, Supervisory Social Insurance Specialist
   - Arnoldo Moore, Social Insurance Specialist
   - Alfredo Padilia Jr., Social Insurance Specialist
   - Diandra Taylor, Management Analyst

*Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2014*
* Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT*
*Register for the free event

If you cannot attend this live session, a recorded archive will be
available. To view past webinars also hosted collaboratively with iPAC
<http://ipac.umd.edu/>, please visit Lib2Gov.org <http://www.lib2gov.org/>.


*Diedre Conkling*

*Lincoln County Library DistrictP.O. Box 2027Newport, OR 97365Phone & Fax:
541-265-3066Work email**: **diedre at lincolncolibrarydist.org*
<diedre at lincolncolibrarydist.org>
*Home email: **diedre08 at gmail.com* <diedre08 at gmail.com>

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