Six Degrees of Separation and Employment: Disability Services Reconsidered

Stensrud, Robert; Sover-Wright, Ehren; Gilbride, Dennis
June 2009
Rehabilitation Education;2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p97
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the reconsideration of the disability services of separation and employment among people with disabilities. It notes that there are relevant increases in inclusion and access to all aspects of culture for disabled people though rehabilitation and public policy changed from the medical to model to the social model. It was found out that the employment levels continued to lag and disappoint despite the progress.


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