By Andrew J. Houtenville, David C. Stapleton, Robert R., II Weathers, Richard V. Burkhauser
This e-book presents a scientific evaluation of what present records and knowledge on working-age individuals with disabilities can and can't let us know, and the way the standard of the knowledge might be better to higher tell policymakers, advocates, analysts, provider companies, directors, and others attracted to this at-risk inhabitants.
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