Social Security presents “Social Security’s Selected Shorts”. In this series of short webcasts, we provide information on our benefits and services in a focused and concise manner. The third Short in our series, “When to Start Receiving Retirement Benefits” focuses on filing for retirement benefits at various ages. This video short also highlights how to create a my Social Security account to get your Statement and when you are receiving benefits, you will be able to make changes and get a benefit verification letter instantly.
The second Short, “Medicare Enrollment Periods at Age 65” is available now and covers the four parts of Medicare, when to enroll in Medicare, when coverage begins, and how to apply. This series is for those who like their information quickly, and takes only a few minutes to view. August 2013
The first Short, “How to Replace Your Medicare Card Online,” highlights a brief Medicare introduction, how to replace your Medicare card online, and how to create a My Social Security account to conduct SSA business online. May 2013
Denver Regional Communications Office - Past Webinars
Frequently Asked Questions
Social Security presents the“Frequently Asked Questions” webcast which will answer many of the most popular questions received about Social Security. We will highlight the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) area of our website as well as provide clarification on important elements of Social Security benefits. Additional topics include how benefit amounts are determined for individuals and spouses, coverage groups under Social Security, how to get a replacement Social Security card, and factors surrounding disability benefits.
SSI From A to Z
SSI and SSDI are very different programs. SSI has many different facets that make the program complicated. This webcast features a 3 part series discussing the SSI program from A to Z. Part 1 focuses on defining the SSI population including the disabled, the aged, the blind and children as well as discussing income and resources and other non-medical factors of eligibility. Part 2 focuses on explaining the disability program, how to file, and what medical forms are needed. Finally, part 3 focuses on work incentives and how work affects benefits. The SSI A-Z Spanish webcast provides an overview of the SSI program in Spanish.
SSA A-Z Part 1 (previously recorded on September 7, 2012)
SSA A-Z Part 2 (previously recorded on September 11, 2012)
SSA A-Z Part 3 (previously recorded on September 13, 2012)
SSA A-Z Spanish (previously recorded on February 20, 2013)
This webcast will discuss the purpose of Social Security, the qualifications and computations, family benefits and some of the online tools available to assist you in building a strong foundation in the basics of Social Security retirement. This knowledge will help you as you continue to prepare for your financial future.
View the Webcast (previously recorded on March 1, 2013)
Overview for Wounded Warriors
Social Security presents “Overview for Wounded Warriors” designed to assist Fort Carson, Colorado soldiers going through the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) and Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). This brief overview focuses on the basic definition of disability, entitlement factors, and how to apply for disability or file a medical appeal online.
View the Webcast (previously recorded on July 31, 2012)
Living with HIV/AIDS - Social Security Can Help.
In this webcast, we explain important elements of our benefits and services of particular interest to case managers and those who assist people living with HIV/AIDS. Topics include a synopsis of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and Denver Region initiatives, Social Security programs for individuals with disabilities, electronic services, how to apply for benefits, regional HIV/AIDS resources, general information about Medicare and the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) program, and much more.
View the Webcast (previously recorded on February 7, 2012)
Tribal Communities & Social Security - Working Together
The Tribal Communities & Social Security - Working Together webcast explains important elements of our benefits and services of particular interest to benefit coordinators and those who assist American Indian populations of the Denver Region. Topics include required documents for Social Security replacement cards, Video Service Delivery options available in many tribal communities, effects of the Cobell Settlement under the Supplemental Security Income program, Go Direct requirements for new applications, and much more.
View the Webcast (previously recorded on September 22, 2011)