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Employment Outcome Predictors for People with Disabilities in Taiwan: A Preliminary Study Using ICF Conceptual Frameworks
Wang, Yun-Tung; Lin, Yi-Jiun
The Journal of Rehabilitation, 2013, Volume 79 (Number 2), Seite 3 ff., Alexandria, Virginia: Eigenverlag, ISSN: 0022-4154
The aim of this study was to explore personal, body function/structure, activity/participation, and environmental factors as identified under the ICF framework and determine if they are significantly associated with employment outcome measures for people with disabilities in Taiwan.
This study used the 2006 Survey of Living Situation for People with Disabilities in Taiwan to do a secondary data analysis using hierarchical logistic and multiple linear regression. The participants included labor force population with disabilities living at home (n=2,909).
his study found that among the seventeen independent variables examined, educational level and marital status were the most powerful predictors of employment outcomes for people with disabilities, while personal, body function/structure, activity/participation, and environmental factors were significantly correlated with employment outcome measures as well.
Moreover, personal and activity/participation domains were more dominant to explain/predict employment outcomes for people with disabilities.
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