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Cost effectiveness of supported employment programs: What we need to do to improve outcomes

by Revell, G., Kregel, J., Wehman, P., Bond, G.r.

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Cost effectiveness of supported employment can only be meaningful studied in the context of how meaningful the actual outcomes are. This paper examines how to assess outcomes, how funding agencies purchase services, and describes how two states, Massachusetts and Oklahoma, provide funding for supported employment. A summary of cost effectiveness recommendations is provided as well.


Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 14(3), p. 173-178. 2000.

 


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