Ticket to Work Participants: Then and Now
Issue Brief #13-02
Publisher: Washington, DC: Center for Studying Disability Policy
May 30, 2013
Created by Congress to help disability beneficiaries find employment, the Ticket to Work (TTW) program was revised in 2008 to make it more attractive to employment service providers. This brief discusses how the TTW participant population has changed under the revised regulations, and examines how the regulations may have affected beneficiaries’ service use, employment outcomes, and satisfaction with TTW.
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