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Policy implications, eligibility, and demographic characteristics of people with intellectual disability who access self-directed funding in the United States

This study identifies factors (state of residence, personal characteristics, and living situation) associated with access to self-directed funding (SDF) for adults with intellectual disability in…

Published: 4/1/2021

Disability, Loneliness and Health in the UK: Cross-sectional Survey

Background: Research has suggested that exposure to loneliness can have a powerful detrimental impact on health, including mental health. Addressing socially determined health inequity requires…

Published: 2021

The impact of disability on employment and financial security following the outbreak of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in the UK

Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic may have a greater impact on people with disabilities than non-disabled people. Our aim was to compare the short-term impact of the 2020…

Published: 2/9/2021

Community Living and Participation: Embracing the Complexity and Forging Forward

This special issue of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) provides summary reviews of and expert commentaries on what is known, what points of debate exist, and what remains unknown…

Published: 2013

Issues Concerning Self-Report Data and Population-Based Data Sets Involving People With Intellectual Disabilities

This article examines two methodological issues regarding ways of obtaining and analyzing outcome data for people with intellectual disabilities: (a) self-report and proxy-report data and (b)…

Published: 2013

Loneliness, social support, social isolation and wellbeing among working age adults with and without disability: Cross-sectional study

Background: Loneliness is significantly related to health and wellbeing. However, there is little information on the prevalence of loneliness among people with disability or the association between…

Published: 2021-01-01