Benefits Training and Consulting
New Items of Importance
Contains five sessions Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, CA
The five sessions answer the questions posed by parents,
educators, and service providers involved in secondary education
transition planning for children and young adults.
Live Sessions - $10 per session - $40 complete webinar
May 18-22, 2015 day sessions
June 1 - 5, 2015 day sessions
June 15-19, 2015 evening sessions
Live session offer the audience the opportunity to ask questions during
the presentation. Limited to 50 people per session.
3. Benefit Management Services
To the average family, Social Security benefits are a complex
puzzle, and often intimidating. The services offered are targeted
to assist a family, when a family member with disability is plan-
ning to go to work or is employed.
The services are:
1) Benefit Assessment
2) Benefit Management and Support
3) Assistance in Benefit Overpayments
Michael Walling, is the owner of Benefits Training and Consulting.
He provides workshops, internet-based training, and technical assistance
throughout the United States.
The focus of his work is the dissemination of information and the provision of
technical assistance on public benefit programs received by individuals with
He is committed to the belief people will work and pursue greater self-sufficiency
when they understand how income affects their benefit programs. Informed
choice is one of the first steps to improving self-sufficiency and personal
Michael Walling, M.Ed., is nationally known for his knowledge of the Social Security
benefit programs and the associated medical benefits. He is highly regarded for his
teaching skills in presenting this information, and relating the material to employment
for persons with disability.
He has conducted over 2,600 workshops throughout the United States since 1993 on
Social Security programs, Medicaid, and Medicare related to persons with disability
During his career, he has been a special education teacher, special education administrator,
director of a state licensed post-secondary vocational program for individuals with disability,
director of supported employment services, and director of special employment projects.
. He assisted in the development of the first supported employment program in Jerusalem,
Israel and assisted, through the request of the U.S. A.I.D., in evaluating vocational services
in Romania following the overthrow of a Communist dictatorship.
This site was last updated 05/06/15 Copyright © Michael Walling, Benefits Training and Consulting, 2010