Employment, retirement and elderly persons with an intellectual disability.

@article{Ashman1995EmploymentRA,
  title={Employment, retirement and elderly persons with an intellectual disability.},
  author={Adrian F. Ashman and Janene Noelle Suttie and Janet Bramley},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR},
  year={1995},
  volume={39 ( Pt 2)},
  pages={
          107-15
        }
}
A national Australian study of people with an intellectual disability of 55 years of age and over investigated their employment and retirement patterns, attitudes to work and retirement, and the degree to which they were involved in leisure or recreational programmes. Two cohorts were recruited: one included all known members of the target group who agreed to participate in the study in the states of Queensland and Western Australia; and the second was a proportional, random sample drawn from a… CONTINUE READING

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