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Mathematica works closely with its partners to design solutions intended to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Although the aspirations of people with disabilities keep pace with the opportunities created by advances in medicine and technology, policy and practice often lag behind—in part because stakeholders lack the information they need to make informed decisions. At Mathematica, we are building the evidence base to drive future advances and collaborating with our public and private partners to design and implement programs and policies to support people with disabilities.
Our dedication to advancing disability policy and programs is embodied in our Center for Studying Disability Policy, established in 2007. Our multidisciplinary teams understand the complexities facing public- and private-sector leaders in designing and operating programs that serve people with disabilities, as well as the challenges faced by people with disabilities in interacting with those programs.
Evidence & Insights
Expanding Integrated Employment: Early Lessons from Scaling Up Pathways to Careers
Join Mathematica’s Center for Studying Disability Policy for a webinar featuring a live-streamed discussion about how Pathways to Careers was implemented at two sites and used to promote systems change to encourage employment of people with significant disabilities.Learn more
Progress is best made together.
We believe in close partnership - whether you're a small non-profit or a federal government agency, we stick with you to help you see clearly and act quickly.
Research and Evaluation
Program Design and Improvement
Partners in Progress
Director of Health ResearchView Bio Page
Senior Fellow; Director, Center for Studying Disability PolicyView Bio Page
Jody Schimmel Hyde
Senior Researcher; Deputy Director, Center for Studying Disability PolicyView Bio Page
Call for Policy Proposals
Mathematica is seeking innovative ideas on how to help youth who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) improve their employment outcomes as they transition to adulthood. Applications are due February 28, 2020.Learn More