Title: Impact of early intervention programs for working adults with potentially disabling conditions: Evidence from the national DMIE evaluation

Authors: Gimm, G., Ireys, H., Gilman, B., & Croake, S.

Year: 2011

Summary: This study tested a program aimed at engaging people early on to preserve their health and ability to work by improving the quality, support, and organization of job and medical services. Participation in such early intervention programs can also prevent people from becoming dependent on public benefit programs. Read more.

Key Words: employment, disability, early intervention, program evaluation

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