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Mathematica’s policy research on transition-age youth and working-age adults with disabilities focuses on employment issues, which are intertwined with health care, accommodations, parenting, decisions to seek public income support, and other issues. Our work in this area includes studies of state vocational rehabilitation services, the Ticket to Work program, and other Social Security Administration initiatives designed to promote employment, as well as studies of customized and supported employment models.
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