Disability Management Outcomes in the Ontario Long-Term Care Sector

@article{Mustard2010DisabilityMO,
  title={Disability Management Outcomes in the Ontario Long-Term Care Sector},
  author={Cameron A. Mustard and Christina Kalcevich and Ivan A Steenstra and Peter Smith and Ben C Amick},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={481-488}
}
Introduction Optimal disability management practices supporting early and safe return-to-work involve the workplace adoption of formal policies and procedures to ensure the quality of disability management outcomes. In the Canadian province of Ontario, there are approximately 60,000 health care workers in 600 licensed facilities providing long-term residential care to approximately 75,000 elderly residents. Workers in this sector are exposed to high biomechanical demands arising from care… CONTINUE READING

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