Employment Expectations as a Differential Indicator of Attitudes Toward People with Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Successful disability management practice is a systemic approach to vocational rehabilitation that begins with planning at the organizational level. A strategic planning format is used to outline the basic tenets of planning and, through its description, describe the unique approach to workplace intervention disability management has to offer. A case study is used to illustrate a simple application of planning steps of needs assessment, establishing goals and objectives, and developing disability management strategies.
Rumrill, P. D., Millington, M. J., Webb, J. M., Cook, B. G. (1998). Employment expectations as a differential indicator of attitudes toward people with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 10, 271-280.