Public Policy Forum. Condition Chronic: How Improving Workplace Wellness Helps Canadians and the Economy. 2017 September. Available at:

Wall K. Low income among persons with a disability in Canada. Insights on Canadian Society. 2017 August: 1-13. Click here to access it.

Yirong Qin. A Working Document to Inform the Development of an Individualized Funding Model in Newfoundland and Labrador. Memorial University of Newfoundland, April 27, 2017. Please note that this is a student term report and not a professional evaluation. Click here to access it

Fit Mind, Fit Job. From Evidence to Practice in Mental Health and Work”. OECD, March 4, 2015. Available at:

“Sickness, Disability and Work: Breaking the Barriers: Canada. Opportunities for Collaboration” OECD, July 30, 2010. Available at:

Tyler Meredith and Colin Chia, “Leaving Some Behind: What Happens When Workers Get Sick”, IRPP, September 3, 2015. Available at:

Peer-reviewed articles

Fisher KR and Purcal C. Policies to change attitudes to people with disabilities. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research. 2017; 19(2):161-174. Click here to access the abstract

Kocman A, Fischer L, and Weber G. The Employers' perspective on barriers and facilitators to employment of people with intellectual disability: a differential mixed-method approach. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 2018; 31(1):120-131.

Koning P and van Sonsbeek JM. Making disability work? The effects of financial incentives on partially disabled workers. Labour Economics. 2017; 47(Supplement C):202-215.

Kuznetsova Y and Yalcin B. Inclusion of persons with disabilities in mainstream employment: is it really all about the money? A case study of four large companies in Norway and Sweden. Disability & Society. 2017; 32(233-253):

Lindsay S, Cagliostro E, Albarico M, Srikanthan D and Mortaji N. A systematic review of the role of gender in securing and maintaining employment among youth and young adults with disabilities" Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 2017. pp. 1-20.

Lindsay S, Cagliostro E, Albarico M, Mortaji N, and Srikanthan D. Gender matters in the transition to employment for young adults with physical disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2017; 1-14.

Mitra S, Palmer M, Kim H, Mont D, and Groce N. Extra costs of living with a disability: a review and agenda for research. Disability and Health Journal. 2017; 10(4):475-484.

Nolan C and Gleeson CI. The transition to employment: the perspectives of students and graduates with disabilities. Scandinavian Journal Of Disability Research. 2016; Vol. 0 , Iss. 0,0:

Purc-Stephenson RJ, Jones SK, and Ferguson CL. "Forget about the glass ceiling, I'm stuck in a glass box": a meta-ethnography of work participation for persons with physical disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 2017; 46(1):49-65:

Ripat JD and Woodgate RL. The importance of assistive technology in the productivity pursuits of young adults with disabilities. Work. 2017; 57(4):455-468.

Smith DL, Atmatzidis K, Capogreco M, Lloyd-Randolfi D, and Seman V. Evidence-based interventions for increasing work participation for persons with various disabilities. OTJR. 2017; 37(2_suppl):3S-13S.

Sundar V. Operationalizing workplace accommodations for individuals with disabilities: a scoping review. Work. 2017; 56(1):135-155. 

Telwatte A, Anglim J, Wynton SK, and Moulding R. Workplace accommodations for employees with disabilities: a multilevel model of employer decision-making. Rehabilitation Psychology. 2017; 62(1):7-19.

Vossen E, Van Gestel N, Van der Heijden BI, and Rouwette EA. "Dis-able bodied" or "dis-able minded": stakeholders' return-to-work experiences compared between physical and mental health conditions. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2017; 39(10):969-977.

Prince MJ. Persons with invisible disabilities and workplace accommodation: Findings from a scoping literature review. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 2017 Jan 1;46(1):75-86:

Wittmer JS and Lin C. Valuing employees with disabilities: a chain effect of pro-disability climate on organizational commitment. Disability Studies Quarterly. 2017; 37(3).