This is a review of Canadian best practices supporting the participation of persons with disabilities in the labour market. The objective of the research is to identify and analyze domestic best practices in programs, approaches or initiatives that support the participation of people with disabilities in the labour market. A related aim is to show how they can overcome barriers to labour market participation, thereby allowing governments to draw lessons from effective and successful employment programs for people with disabilities and develop policy options to optimize labour market outcomes for this group.
Groups: Persons living with Disabilities
Keywords: Best PracticesSupportsServicesProgramsPersons living with DisabilitiesLabor Market ParticipationLabor Market InformationLabor Market Attachment