Who Do We Train?

Case managers, Social Workers, Benefits Specialists, and other Non-attorney Representatives.

And why do we train them?

  • Engagement with severely disabled people experiencing homelessness, or in psychiatric wards, or those who are incarcerated takes longer
  • This section of administrative law allows for “lay” representatives, or Non-attorney Representatives
  • They know their clients better than other one-time service professionals
  • Some may have outreach capabilities
  • They don’t charge fees for their assistance
  • Time spent may be billable as case management