The Relationship Between Youth Services and Adult Outcomes among Former Child SSI Recipients
Publisher: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, vol. 48, no. 2
Mar 17, 2018
- Vocational rehabilitation is associated with a 9 percentage point increase in the likelihood of earnings above the annualized substantial gainful activity level and a 13 percentage point decrease in the likelihood of SSI or disability insurance (DI) receipt between ages 27 to 30.
- Vocational training is associated with a 6 percentage point increase in the likelihood of SSI or DI receipt.
- Special education is not statistically significantly associated with any of the adult outcomes analyzed.
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