Mathematica has partnered with TransCen, the University of Maryland, and the Institute for Community Inclusion to examine the employment outcomes for the wide range of youth who receive vocational rehabilitation (VR) services. Recent federal policy changes require VR agencies to increase services for youth transitioning into adulthood, but there is limited information on the effectiveness and outcomes of these services.
Panelists will present on:
- Long-term outcomes of youth who apply for VR services
- The Maryland Seamless Transition Collaborative’s VR process and outcomes
- Employment outcomes of post-secondary youth with intellectual or developmental disabilities