Workability in Michigan
Transforming North American disability benefits and workers’ compensation systems to produce better outcomes for everyone involved.
Workability in Michigan was initially formed to hold a summit-type meeting which is part of the 60 Summits Project. The 60 Summits Project is a national non-profit organization that is taking a grass-roots approach to transforming North American disability benefits and workers’ compensation systems to produce better outcomes for everyone involved. They have set out to have a 60 Summits meeting on this topic in the 50 US states and 10 Canadian provinces.


The Workability in Michigan Summit was held in May, 2009, and the outcome was the formation of a large group of interested volunteers who are meeting monthly with the goal of educating Michigan stakeholders on the new paradigm of disability management. We are taking action to implement on-going positive change in Michigan by providing easy access to educational programs and other resources on the best practice guidelines of the “Stay At Work and Early Return To Work” process. We welcome you to join us.