Title: Working well with a disability: Health promotion as a means to employment

Authors: Ipsen, C., Ravesloot, C., Arnold, N., & Seekins, T.

Year: 2012

Summary: This study adapted and tested a wellness program aimed at reducing incidence of secondary health conditions for people with disabilities. The focus was on improving health so that participants would be more likely to achieve and maintain employment. Read more.

Key Words: disability, employment, health promotion

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