Personal Assistance Services for Workers with Disabilities: Case Studies
Cutler, Disabilty and Aging
In 2002 and 2004, research staff in the Disability and Aging program of the Muskie School conducted in-depth interviews with people who had a range of disabilities. The study contains detailed information about the experiences, challenges and needs of people with disabilities who are working, or who want to work, and who require personal assistance services.
Vaughn, L., Evans, L., & Gray, C. (2004). Personal assistance services for workers with disabilities: Case studies. Portland, ME: University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service.
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