Since November of 2000, Lucy has served as a Training Associate with VCU’s Rehabilitation Research and Training Center in Richmond, VA. In this capacity, Lucy provides training and technical assistance on a wide variety of topics with emphasis on how paid employment affects Social Security disability benefits and using work incentives to promote employment outcomes for SSA disability beneficiaries. In addition, Lucy has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of supported employment implementation for adults with significant disabilities in both urban and rural settings. Before joining VCU, Lucy served as a Vice President for Career Resources, Inc., a nationally recognized leader in One-Stop and Welfare-to-Work services in the greater Louisville, KY metropolitan area. Prior to this, Lucy worked for over 10 years at Seven Counties Services, a regional planning authority for mental health, mental retardation and chemical dependency services.
Lucy Axton Miller
VCU WIPA NTC
Upon completion of this training, participants will:
Let us review some examples of common service requests that CWICs receive.
Go to page two in the handout “Effective Time Management Strategies for CWICs” to find the importance-urgency grid.
A “time bandit” is an activity which consumes time but results in very little benefit in relation to the WIPA mission.
A “time bandit” is NOT simply a task that takes up a lot of time. Some very IMPORTANT activities are time consuming but well worth doing!
What other time bandits do you struggle with? Have you found ways to minimize time wasters that you can share with others?
Plan ahead & schedule tasks
Prioritize important tasks
Set limits & enforce them
Delegate whenever possible
Review and revise