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Announcing the Employment Survey Results!

2015 Kessler Foundation Employment and Disability Survey logo with a blue figure of a standing man, a green figure of a woman, and a mango figure of a person pushing a wheelchair

Results from the 2015 Kessler Foundation National Employment & Disability Survey were announced on June 3rd, on Capitol Hill. The survey, which was conducted by the University of New Hampshire, identifies strategies that Americans with disabilities use to search for work and navigate barriers, accommodations that are helpful to obtain and maintain employment, and factors that contribute to unemployment. The main finding: Amricans with disabilities are striving to work and overcoming barriers to enter the workforce. We anticipate that survey results will help policymakers and leaders in the disability field as they develop programs that improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities. View the results at http://kesslerfoundation.org/kfsurvey15. Follow our news about this major survey @KesslerFdn, and join the conversation, using #KFSurvey15.

About Kessler Foundation

Kessler Foundation is a public charity dedicated to improving quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Kessler Foundation bears the name of Dr. Henry H. Kessler, an orthopedist who founded Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in 1947 to provide comprehensive rehabilitation for people with physical disabilities and help them achieve maximum independence. Today, the rehabilitation research and community employment programs of Kessler Foundation continue Dr. Kessler’s legacy. Kessler Foundation maintains its charitable mission; Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, the largest and most comprehensive hospital for medical rehabilitation in New Jersey, now operates as a for-profit institution. Kessler Foundation strives to improve the lives of people with physical and cognitive disabilities caused by stroke
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