Environmental scan part 1: Current research and evaluation to promote economic participation of people with disability
This report scans recent Australian research into disability employment interventions; and current models, practices and innovations in Australia and internationally.
At a glance
This report presents findings from Part 1 of a two-part environmental scan of current practice in employment interventions and research for people with autism, intellectual disability and/or psychosocial disability.
This is one of several reports from the Economic Participation and Employment Project, commissioned by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and undertaken by researchers at BSL and the Disability and Health Unit at the University of Melbourne in 2020–21.
Together they provide an overview of the state of knowledge, and further evidence that driving change requires aligning policy and practices across complex domains including education and training, workplace and community settings.
Last updated on 31 October 2022
Research report Environmental scan part 2: Views of experts on effective employment interventions for people with disability
The report presents findings from focus groups and interviews with academics and senior government and non-government experts in disability employment policy and programs.Read report