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Title: New Deal for Disabled People: third synthesis report - key findings from the evaluation
Authors: Stafford, Bruce
Ashworth, Karl
Adelman, Laura
Davis, Abigail
Hartfree, Yvette
Hill, Katherine
Greenberg, David
Kellard, Karen
Legge, Kate
Magadi, Monica
McDonald, Siobhan
Phung, Viet-Hai
Pound, Elspeth
Reyes de Beaman, Sandra
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: © Crown Copyright
Citation: STAFFORD, B. ... et al., 2007. New Deal for Disabled People: third synthesis report - key findings from the evaluation. Leeds: Department for Work and Pensions Research Report, vol. 430, Corporate Document Services.
Series/Report no.: Research report (Great Britain. Dept. for Work and Pensions);430
Abstract: The New Deal for Disabled People (NDDP) is the major national employment programme available to people claiming incapacity-related benefits, and it is an important part of the Government's welfare to work strategy. NDDP is a voluntary programme that provides a national network of Job Brokers to help people with health conditions and disabilities move into sustained employment. This synthesis report highlights key findings from a large-scale, comprehensive and multi-method evaluation of NDDP. It covers the programme over the period July 2001 to November 2006 and is based on all of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) published evaluation reports on NDDP as well as analysis of administrative data using the DWP NDDP database. The findings also include a wealth of information pertaining to more general issues around employment of disabled people, beyond the NDDP programme itself, and are therefore of substantial interest to future policy development in this area.
Description: A full list of contributors to the research included in this synthesis report is given on pages x to xii
Version: Published
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/17206
ISBN: 9781847122117
Appears in Collections:Official Reports (Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies)

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