Myers-Davis Life Coaching & Business Consulting To Offer Ticket To Work Program

Myers-Davis Life Coaching & Business Consulting offers a variety of skilled services, but one area of significance for Myers-Davis is working with high school juniors and seniors.  Myers-Davis works with 11 local school systems to provide career and life skill classes. For the last three years, Myers-Davis has been working within the state of Arkansas with ARS, WIOA, and ADE to assist students with disabilities to find jobs. 

One new program that seems to fit hand in glove with this aspect of
Myers-Davis services is the Ticket to Work Program.   

Ticket to Work is a free and voluntary Social Security program that helps people who receive disability benefits return to work or work for the first time.  Everyone age 18 through 64 who receives Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits because of his or her disability is eligible to participate in the Ticket to Work program.  

If you choose to participate in Ticket to Work, you will receive services from our authorized team members.  They will become your ‘employment team’ and will walk you through each step from deciding if working is right for you, preparing you for work, setting career goals, finding a job, job placement, and maintaining success while you are working. While Myers-Davis has several clients in Arkansas, we have many throughout the United States as well.  The ability to assist clients virtually has taken on a whole new meaning these days.  We are proud to be able to work with clients across our great Nation. 

While Myers-Davis is excited to announce the Ticket to Work program, we are equally excited to announce the Myers-Davis Program Director of Ticket to Work, Kellie Terrell.  Kellie is a native of Independence County.  Prior to joining the Myers-Davis team, Kellie worked for Buckliew Enterprises for 20 years.  Kellie hired and trained many Myers-Davis students.  Kellie realized her love for assisting all ages with disabilities to set career and life goals.   

When asking Kellie about her role in Myers-Davis, she replied, “There is nothing more rewarding than to see a client succeed in reaching a career goal and witnessing their pride in achieving financial success.”   

Kellie added, “Career and financial success are not the only things that are achieved by Ticket to Work participants.  They also gain social skills and develop lasting friendships, have a greater sense of accomplishment and independence, and helps to realize their potential and life’s purpose. We can also help participants to reach their career goals of attending college or trade school.” 

The Myers-Davis Ticket to Work Team thinks outside the box for many different job opportunities.  “There are some great job opportunities out there.  Even during this pandemic, there are so many job opportunities available,” according to Kellie.   

You need to know: 

  • Participants can keep their disability insurance and benefits while they work. 
  • Continued Medicare or Medicaid cash benefits 
  • In some cases, medical reviews can be waived 
  • Work incentives that give continued cash benefits 

If you have questions or are interested in the Ticket to Work program, call Kellie at
(870) 569-1052 or (888) 524-6525 (toll-free Nationwide number) or visit