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WVU to host State Treasurer John Perdue to promote WVABLE program

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WHO: Dr. Clay Marsh, Vice President and Executive Dean for Health Sciences; West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities; State Treasurer John Perdue

WHAT: West Virginia Achieving a Better Life Experience first anniversary and community awareness and information event

WHEN: April 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: WVU Health Science Center Pylons area, 1 Medical Center Dr., Morgantown 

NOTES: This program allows qualified individuals with disabilities to open a tax-advantaged savings account without the risk of losing resource-based benefits such as SSI, Medicaid, and Title XIX Waiver. Community members can learn more about the WVABLE Program, enroll on site and speak to community agencies that assist people with disabilities in all areas of life.  

Parking is available in the Health Science Center garage on Van Voorhis Road across from Applebees, the United building, and Starbucks.



CONTACT: Melina Danko

Communications Officer, Center for Excellence in Disabilities