|Annual Disability Statistics Collection Presentation
Presented by Shreya Paul at the National Disability Finance Coalition's Disability Finance Webinar on March 22, 2023.
|A Statistical Understanding of Disability in the LGBT Community
Surfus, C.R. (2023) Statistics and Public Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/2330443X.2023.2188056
|2023||Demographics, Health, Measurement|
|Americans Aging With Disabilities Are More Likely to Have Multiple Chronic Conditions
Brucker, D. L., Lauer, E., & Boege, S. (2022). Journal of Disability Policy Studies. https://doi.org/10.1177/10442073221107079
|Houtenville, A. and Rafal, M. (2020). Annual Report on People with Disabilities in America: 2020. Durham, NH: University of New Hampshire, Institute on Disability.
Released at the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium Conference, February 2021
|Brucker, D., (2014). Multidimensional poverty and safety net participation.
Stanford Center for Poverty and Inequality New Scholars conference, Stanford, CA, October 3, 2014.
|Matulewicz, H., (2016). When Every Dollar Counts: Comparing Reported Earnings of Social Security Disability Program Beneficiaries in Survey and Administrative Records.
August 2016, Chicago, IL.
|Mann, D., & Stapleton, D., (2011). Fiscal austerity and the transition to twenty-first century disability policy: A road map.
This project includes seven research studies to support University of New Hampshire’s Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment Policy...
|Stapleton, D., & Mann, D., (2012). A disability policy for the 21st century. The Hill’s Congress Blog, January 19, 2012.
January 19, 2012.
Type: Data Brief
|Goodman, N., & Morris, M., (2013). Making change with incremental steps: Modifying adverse incentives to serving people with disabilities in the TANF program.
|Goodman, N., & Morris, M., (2015). Financing transition services when everyone is the “payer of last resort”.