How do VR agency-level factors and individual consumer characteristics influence youth outcomes?
This study will analyze Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA)-911 case service records, matched to Social Security Administration (SSA) administrative and earnings data, to document the services and employment-related outcomes of youth and young adults with disabilities served by State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies (SVRAs). Using the matched data allows us to analyze employment-related outcomes beyond those observed in RSA-911 data alone. We will document long-term employment outcomes for former youth vocational rehabilitation (VR) clients and examine how they vary by individual- and agency-level characteristics.
Study Leads and Organizations
- Todd Honeycutt – Mathematica Policy Research
- Frank Martin – Mathematica Policy Research