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Other resources and contacts

KANSASWORKS.com

KANSASWORKS.com provides free help to job seekers for a variety of career and employment-related needs.Visit a workforce center near you or go to KANSASWORKS.com to search for employment or access additional resources.


AARP Back to Work 50+

AARP Foundation’s BACK TO WORK 50+ connects 50+ workers with the information; training, support, work experience and employer access they need to get back into the workforce and sustain their income through employment.
Learn@50+ is AARP's no-cost, online educational programs including job search skills, family caregiving and new technology. It delivers career development and job search content through interactive videos and infographics, online games, social quizzes, online workshops and interactive webinars. The content can be consumed in small pieces on the learners schedule.
          Training Catalog: My Learning Library
          Interactive Videos: Elevator PitchInterview Questions
          Knowledge Check Videos: Networking and Social MediaResume Tips
          Interactive Infographics: How the Job Search Has Changed

Online Games: Age Proof Your Resume Challenge, Deal the Cards, Win the Job


Other Job Search Websites

Indeed.com
Retirementjobs.com
Senior Job Bank
State of Kansas Job Openings


Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS)

Aging and Disability Resource Center


Area Agencies on Aging

- Bing search results for Area Agencies on Aging in Kansas


working healthy 
medicaid buy-in program

Many people with disabilities want to work but worry that doing so could jeopardize their vital health and long-term care coverage. Working Healthy, a Medicaid program, offers people with disabilities who are working or interested in working the opportunity to get or keep Medicaid coverage while on the job. Through Working Healthypeople can earn more, save more, achieve their career goals and still maintain their health coverage.

Working HealthyBenefits Specialists can explain program eligibility, calculate monthly premiums, help consumers understand how Working Healthy participation and employment can affect other benefits and connect consumers with other resources. The following link lists the benefits specialists and the counties they cover: http://www.kdheks.gov/hcf/workinghealthy/benefits.htm

 

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Cindy Nau Special Projects Coordinator Email (785) 291-3280 LinkedIn