SHARELive!: Resiliency in the SHARE Community Amidst COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi all! Excited to connect today :)Please chat any questions you have throughout the session here
Where is everyone logging in from today?
Hello from the Nutmeg State: Connecticut!
Nutmeg state? There seems to be a story there...
We'll be turning to SHARE on Change Machine to have our speakers answer questions you have related to what they share today
Please chat any questions you have for speakers here, which we'll post over on SHARE after the session!
@Jen J, we'll post your question on SHARE after the session. Do you have a Change Machine license yet? If not, we'll make sure you get access to our free Community License
Anyone else serving small business owners?
We are at Center for Transforming Lives
Raul De La O
Yeah definitely, connecting them to income support programs during the spending plan is definitely a great way to help them ease their stress
Raul De La O
Does anyone know of any fintech/ nonprofit credit products for customers during these times?
If you're not on Change Machine yet, please request your free Community License here: http://go.pardot.com/l/147681/2020-04-02/6cmlsl
I recommend clients check their credit report using annualcreditreport.com more frequently during this time of financial uncertainty. Equifax, Experian and TransUnion are offering free weekly online reports through April 2021.
Charletra asked: What are others using for their clients to virtually sign documents?
anyone have any good resources?
Elizabeth "Libby" Whiteside
Hi Jen. To answer your question—People with PTSD can be found eligible for Social Security disability or SSI benefits, but there are many factors to consider for eligibility for both types of benefits (including work history, disability, and income/resources). There might be a number of reasons your client was told she was ineligible. Here’s a link to eligibiltiy criteria for SSDI https://www.ssa.gov/planners/disability/qualify.html#anchor3; and here’s a link to info about SSI eligibility https://www.ssa.gov/ssi/text-eligibility-ussi.htm. This client can apply online here: https://secure.ssa.gov/iClaim/dib. Or she can apply over telephone or by sending a paper application to her local SSA office by certified mail. To find her local Social Security office click this link: https://secure.ssa.gov/ICON/main.jsp.
Notarizing can be done via video. Clients should call their bank and ask as most banks notarize. On signing documents, the bank representative should lead them through it and the representative would likely watch them sign via video. If not connected to notarizing, then they need to sign and scan or sign up for an app like DocuSign (which may cost something).