This guide is designed for directors, managers, and coordinators who lead CHIP and Medicaid outreach and enrollment activities at their organizations. It’s based on the work of organizations that participated in the federal government’s Connecting Kids to Coverage grant program.
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How Can My Organization Connect Children to Coverage? A Guide to Fundamentals and Promising PracticesJun 18, 2018
Kentucky Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) Project Demonstration: Final Evaluation ReportSep 28, 2017
This report presents findings from the Kentucky SGA Project demonstration. The demonstration implemented innovations designed to improve the employment outcomes of nonblind state vocational rehabilitation clients receiving Social Security Disability Insurance.
Transitions and Vocational Rehabilitation Success: Tracking Outcomes for Different Types of YouthFeb 21, 2017
Recent federal policy changes require vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies to increase the share of spending they allocate to services for specific types of transition-age youth, though limited information exists about the outcomes for these different types.
What Have We Learned Using Merged Administrative Data from the Social Security Administration and the Rehabilitation Services Administration?Feb 21, 2017
The studies provide rich contextual information about how enrollment for services is related to employment and disability program outcomes but limited evidence regarding impacts.
Kentucky’s SGA Project Demonstration: An Interim Evaluation ReportJan 12, 2017
This report presents findings on Kentucky’s experience implementing the Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) Project demonstration during the first nine months of operation. The SGA Project targets vocational rehabilitation clients who receive only SSDI, and includes enhanced services designed to improve...
Vocational Rehabilitation on the Road to Social Security Disability: Longitudinal Statistics from Matched Administrative DataSep 01, 2012
This study describes the extent to which vocational rehabilitation (VR) applicants receive Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits before or after VR application.
Adult Employment Assistance Services for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Effects on Employment OutcomesMar 09, 2012
This systematic review of the research on the effectiveness of adult employment assistance interventions for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) found two quasi-experimental studies that met inclusion criteria.
Racial Variation in Vocational Rehabilitation Outcomes: A Structural Equation Modeling ApproachOct 30, 2010
This study tested a new conceptual model for the relationship between race, personal history characteristics, and quality of employment outcomes for white, black, and Hispanic participants to examine an old question: Are there still racial disparities in vocational rehabilitation employment outcomes?