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By David Strauser Ph.D.

This textual content offers, from a rehabilitation point of view, accomplished insurance of the dominant theories and methods regarding the occupational improvement, vocational habit, and the organizational components that influence the profession improvement and employment of people with disabilities. it really is designed for the CORE-mandated required direction on employment and profession improvement for the Master's measure in rehabilitation counseling and for authorized expert Counselor certification. because the simply booklet in rehabilitation and counseling that generally addresses profession improvement and employment of people with disabilities, it's a significant contribution to the literature.

Topics lined contain significant constructs in occupation improvement and employment of disabled participants, theoretical foundations, occupational overview, info and overview, intervention techniques, and populations and settings. To facilitate studying and advertise software of theories and strategies, every one bankruptcy comprises bankruptcy pursuits, dialogue and evaluation questions, and case experiences. An instructor's guide can also be incorporated.

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This relative ordering of prevalence by race and ethnicity is fairly consistent across type of disability with two exceptions. African Americans have lower rates of deafness and hearing loss than Whites. Hispanics have higher rates of vision disabilities than non-Hispanics. The disparities are particularly striking by education level. Individuals with the lowest documented level of educational attainment, less than 9th grade, have a prevalence rate of 20% which is nearly five times the prevalence rate of those with a graduate degree.

We focus on the population ages 18 to 61 rather than 18 to 64 to exclude retirement income from Social Security. A majority of individuals with disabilities receive income from public programs. The largest source is SSDI, providing income for 32% of individuals with disabilities. To receive income from SSDI, individuals must have worked and paid Social Security taxes for 40 quarters (10 years). In addition, they must pass a stringent disability screen, essentially proving that their disability leaves them unable to work.

4 examines several socioeconomic outcomes, which are all interrelated: educational attainment, detailed labor force status, labor market attachment, labor earnings, total income, and receipt of income from public programs. The first panel shows striking differences in educational attainment between individuals with and without disabilities. Compared to individuals without disabilities, individuals with disabilities are twice as likely to lack a high school degree—9% have education less than 9th grade and 16% have education between 9th and 12th grade but lack a high school degree or GED.

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