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Employment, retirement and elderly persons with an intellectual disability


Autor/in:

Ashman, A. F.; Suttie, J. N.; Bramley, J.


Herausgeber/in:

Royal Society for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults


Quelle:

Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (JIDR), 1995, Volume 39 (Part 2), Seite 107-115, Oxford: Blackwell, ISSN: 0964-2633


Jahr:

1995



Abstract:


A national Australian study of people with an intellectual disability of 55 years of age and over investigated their employment and retirement patterns, attitudes to work and retirement, and the degree to which they were involved in leisure or recreational programmes.

Two cohorts were recruited: one included all known members of the target group who agreed to participate in the study in the states of Queensland and Western Australia; and the second was a proportional, random sample drawn from a national database on a state population basis. A large number of the participants had never been involved in full- or part-time employment, either in a competitive or supported environment, or in workshops.

The majority of those who had worked expressed strong positive attitudes toward employment and concern about retirement, suggesting the need for pre-retirement programmes including transition and choice-making skills to prepare participants for the future.


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Journal of Intellectual Disability Research (JIDR)
Homepage: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/13652788

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R/ZA1887


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