- The objectives of this systematic review were to determine the quality of existing causal evidence regarding the effectiveness of interventions meant to improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities; to describe lessons learned from the implementation of such programs; and to provide descriptive information about specific subpopulations of interest.
- The review focused on programs that seek to improve employment outcomes for youth and working-age adults with disabilities. The review also considered people with psychiatric disabilities, especially those with traumatic brain injury (TBI) or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- The review examined research with causal, implementation and process, and descriptive analysis. Reviewers assessed the quality of causal evidence presented in impact studies and evaluated the implementation or process analyses associated with them. All other research was summarized but not deeply reviewed.