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Supported employment benefit-cost analysis: Preliminary findings

by Kregel, J., Wehman, P., Revell, G., Hill, J., & Chimera, R.

Cost efficiency research is reviewed. This literature is followed by discussion on the state variation in the costs of supported employment with an analysis of "high" cost vs. "low" cost states funding patterns. An examination of the preliminary impact of the Home and Community Based Waiver on costs of supported employment is also provided on a state-by-state basis.


Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 14(3), 153-161. 2000.

 


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