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Jennifer Harper has over 10 years of experience working with a national disability organization and a local mental health agency. She is an accredited Non-Attorney Representative and has been certified through the Social Security Administration to handle all matters relating to disability claims from initial applications through hearings. Jennifer grew up in the Rogue Valley seeing so many people in our community suffer from physical and/or mental disabilities.


Many have lost the ability to support themselves and their families due to these disabilities. Her goal is to give hope and share her knowledge and experience with those suffering from these limitations. Through the years, she has created many relationships with local advocacy groups as well as both state and federal agencies which have given her insight into the processes and resources that many with disabilities need to survive. Jennifer's goal is to assist you to navigate through the process of obtaining benefits while also connecting you with other resources to relieve some of your burdens by making the process easier for you.


If you are contemplating filing for disability or have already submitted an application for Social Security Disability/Supplemental Security Income benefits, we are here to help guide you through the process. Let us take the stress out of filing on your own while improving your chances of obtaining disability benefits.

In most cases, having a representative can help an individual avoid mistakes that cost valuable processing time which can affect eligibility for continuing monthly benefits, back pay benefits, and Medicare coverage. Many people find the application process frustrating, especially if their first claim is denied and they have to appeal, but we can make the process much simpler.

If you, a family member, or a friend are suffering from a physical or mental disability, are unable to work, and need help navigating through the process of applying or appealing a Social Security claim we are here to assist you.

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