CSDP Forum: Getting a Job, Keeping a Job: Services and Supports that Promote Employment Among People with Disabilities
- Factors associated with achieving return-to-work milestones among SSDI beneficiaries
- The effectiveness of services provided to SSDI beneficiaries by state vocational rehabilitation agencies
- The services, supports, and accommodations that people with disabilities use to find and keep work, how often they pay out of pocket for these supports, and how much they pay
- Lessons learned that can inform the design of programs and policies that foster employment for people with disabilities
The expert panel included:
- Noelle Denny-Brown, Mathematica
- Arif Mamun, Mathematica
- John O’Neill, Kessler Foundation
- David Wittenburg, Mathematica (discussant)
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“Social Security Benefits: Finding Alternatives to Benefit Receipt.” Special issue of the IZA Journal of Labor Policy.
Ben-Shalom, Yonatan, and Arif A. Mamun. “Return-to-Work Outcomes Among Social Security Disability Insurance Program Beneficiaries.” Working Paper, Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., December 2013.
Denny-Brown, Noelle, Bonnie O’Day, and Stephanie McLeod. “Services and Supports People with Disabilities Need to Stay Employed.” Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., May 30, 2013.