Training Initiative & Business Opportunity
How to Become an SSA Disability Advocate and Operate Your Own Business In Just 12 Weeks
Disability Advocates of America (“DAOA”) is looking for those special ambition-driven individuals with the entrepreneurial desire to join our unique group of dedicated professionals known as Social Security Administration Disability Advocates who have the discipline and tenacity to help those unfortunate disabled Americans who have applied for their SSA disability benefits in good faith and have been handed the crushing disappointment of benefit denial.
In addition to highly motivated individuals with no previous advocacy experience, we believe the following individuals would be ideally suited to take advantage of this opportunity:
- Practicing non-attorney representatives looking to expand both their knowledge and their case load with new and efficient business methods;
- Paralegals specializing in SSA disability law working independently or for a disability law firm or department who desire to strike out on their own;
- Former SSA Disability Examiners or adjudicators who would like to practice privately, or even;
- Former Administrative Law Judges who wish to apply their very specialized knowledge and experience in the private sector.
In affiliation with Disability Advocates of America, a training program is offered through American Disability Advocates College (“ADAC”). ADAC has created a unique Training Initiative & Business Opportunity Course for those independent entrepreneurally-motivated individuals who are interested in learning how to provide one of the most personally rewarding and socially relevant disability assistive services currently available today to anyone with:
- A college or professional degree
- Personal drive and ambition
- The ability to reason logically
- A medical background or the ability to learn how to analyze medical records, and;
- The ability to write with reason, clarity, conviction and compassion.
To learn more about ADAC’s unique training course, we encourage you to visit: www.DisabilityAdvocatesCollege.org
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