Differences found between people with learning disabilities who worked and those who perceived themselves to be at work


The economic, social and psychological benefits of being work have been well documented in the literature, but in 2010/11 in England, only 6.6% of adults with learning disabilities were reported to be in paid employment and the majority of these people were working part-time. A number of people however, will say they are working, when [read the full story…]