In September 2005, the Social Security Administration (SSA) awarded Mathematica a nine-year contract to evaluate the Youth Transition Demonstration (YTD) projects, designed to help youth with disabilities maximize their economic self-sufficiency as they move from school to work.
Todd Honeycutt Recipient of the National Rehabilitation Association's 2018 Editor's Choice Award
Congratulations to our senior researcher, Todd Honeycutt, and his coauthors, Dr. Allison Thompkins, Maura Bardos, and Dr. Steven Stern, who are the recipients of the National Rehabilitation Association’s 2018 Editor’s Choice Award.
Each year the journal editors of the Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin; Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education; Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling; and the Journal of Rehabilitation choose the recipient of this award from the articles published in the previous year based upon their quality, scientific rigor, and impact on the field of rehabilitation. Dr. Honeycutt and his team’s article, entitled “Youth with Disabilities at the Crossroads: The Intersection of Vocational Rehabilitation and Disability Benefits for Youth with Disabilities” and published in volume 60, issue 3 of the Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, was selected.