National Data

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General

2014 2015 2016
Population. 318,857,056 321,418,821 323,127,515
Number of people with disabilities (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 20,460,136 21,411,549 20,761,092
Number of people with disabilities who are employed (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 7,030,317 7,117,518 7,461,001
Number of people without disabilities who are employed (ages 18-64). 131,940,323 133,913,764 135,089,199
Percentage of working age people who are employed (all disabilities). 34.36% 34.87% 35.94%
Percentage of working age people who are employed (NO disabilities). 75.36% 76.04% 76.75%
Overall unemployment rate. 6.20% 5.30% 4.90%
Poverty Rate (all disabilities). 22.30% 21.20% 20.90%
Poverty Rate (NO disabilities). 14.50% 13.80% 13.10%
Number of males with disabilities (all ages). 19,096,848 19,308,336 16,701,500
Number of females with disabilities (all ages). 20,577,831 20,597,992 21,045,911
Number of Caucasians with disabilities (all ages). 30,288,823 30,412,871 30,901,431
Number of African Americans with disabilities (all ages). 5,493,245 5,535,472 5,607,322
Number of Hispanic/Latinos with disabilities (all ages). 4,792,197 4,889,426 5,152,751
Number of American Indians/Alaska Natives with disabilities (all ages). 423,305 424,498 443,912
Number of Asians with disabilities (all ages). 1,150,731 1,186,206 1,234,932
Number of Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders with disabilities (all ages). 57,029 57,707 64,625
Number of with multiple races disabilities (all ages). 1,046,345 1,067,344 1,156,412
Number of others with disabilities (all ages). 1,215,201 1,222,230 1,338,777

 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

2014 2015 2016
National Labor Force Participation Rate (all disabilities) 30.20% 30.50% 31.20%
National Labor Force Participation Rate (NO disabilities) 76.20% 76.10% 76.40%

 

SSA OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Number of SSI recipients with disabilities who work. 314,892 327,980 336,807
Percentage of SSI recipients with disabilities who work relative to total SSI recipients with disabilities. 4.30% 4.53% 4.60%
Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) recipients/workers with disabilities. 8,759,035 8,720,480 8,626,085

 

MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

2012 2013 2014
Number of mental health services consumers who are employed. 525,883 558,101 614,844
Number of mental health services consumers who are part of the labor force (employed or actively looking for employment). 1,562,890 1,530,493 1,574,234
Number of adults served who have a known employment status. 3,108,710 3,288,446 3,441,616
Percentage of all state mental health agency consumers served in the community who are employed. 16.92% 16.97% 17.86%
Percentage of supported employment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.01% 1.99% 2.10%
Percentage of supported housing services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.60% 2.32% 1.94%
Percentage of assertive community treatment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.29% 2.33% 2.20%
Percentage of medications management evidence based practices (EBP). 10.94% 6.10% 6.71%
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported employment services. 48,872 54,156 61,511
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported housing services. 73,201 75,862 81,422
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) assertive community treatment services. 65,383 63,445 61,445
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) medications management. 267,254 365,288 368,455

 

WAGNER PEYSER OUTCOMES

2013 2014 2015
Number of registered job seekers with a disability. 507,702 494,413 484,024
Proportion of registered job seekers with a disability. 0.03 0.03 0.04

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES (ADULTS)

2013 2014 2015
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work served by Job Training and Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act programs. 38,139 38,578 34,791
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment. 16,010 16,425 15,789
Percentage of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment relative to total the number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work. 42.00% 43.00% 45.00%
Incidence rate of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 5.06 5.11 4.91

 

VR OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Total Number of people served under VR.
307,369
313,876
313,377
Number of people with visual impairments served under VR. 7,520 8,864 8,623
Number of people with communicative (hearing loss, deafness) impairments served under VR. 30,223 33,060 35,931
Number of people with physical impairments served under VR. 70,485 67,480 64,313
Number of people cognitive impairments served under VR. 93,364 96,637 98,222
Number of people psychosocial impairments served under VR. 82,169 83,008 82,121
Number of people with mental impairments served under VR. 23,608 24,827 24,167
Percentage of overall closures into employment under VR. 33.30% 33.50% N/A
Number of employment network (EN) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) tickets assigned. 320,024 319,184 351,454
Number of eligible ticket to work beneficiaries. 13,514,464 13,553,107 13,521,590
Total number of ID closures using supported employment services with or without Title VI-B funds expended (VI-C prior to 2002). N/A N/A N/A
Total number of ID competitive labor market closures. 17,000 158,403 158,865

 

IDD OUTCOMES

2011 2012 2013
Dollars spent on day/employment services for integrated employment funding. N/A $719,196,000 $774,301
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based work funding. N/A $813,101,000 $786,525
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based non-work funding. N/A $2,121,744,000 $2,268,455
Dollars spent on day/employment services for community based non-work funding. N/A $1,603,916,000 $1,725,825
Percentage of people served in integrated employment. 19.00% 17.43% 18.76%
Number of people served in community based non-work. N/A 170,478 156,015
Number of people served in facility based work. N/A 100,030 105,037
Number of people served in facility based non-work. N/A 173,228 244,064
Number supported in integrated employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 45.20 30.88 35.11

 

EDUCATION OUTCOMES

2012 2013
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class 80% or more of the day (Indicator 5a). 61.53% 62.36%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class less than 40% of the day (Indicator 5b). 14.24% 14.27%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served in separate schools, residential facilities, or homebound/hospital placements (Indicator 5c). 3.67% 3.63%
Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals (Indicator 13). 89.32% 91.15%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14a). 30.12% 32.08%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14b). 56.52% 61.44%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14c). 72.66% 73.18%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Subset of Indicator 14). 26.18% 29.35%

 

ABILITYONE/JWOD PROGRAM

2014
Number of overall agency blind and SD hours. 87,787,591
Number of overall total blind and SD workers. 120,397
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (products). 8,303,621
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (services). 36,412,431
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (combined). 44,712,938
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (products). 10,826
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (services). 35,695
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (combined). 46,521
AbilityOne wages (products). $68,616,994
AbilityOne wages (services). $488,296,940

 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION: 14(c) CERTIFICATE-HOLDING ENTITIES OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2017
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 107 86 36
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 95 129 31
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 2,498 2,273 1,631
Number of 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 107 74
Total Number of 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 2,595 1,744
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. N/A 286 162
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14 (c) certificate holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). N/A 6,107 1,464
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). N/A 241,254 157,157
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 8,556 5,564
Total reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 256,203 164,347

 

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National Data

General

2014 2015 2016
Population. 318,857,056 321,418,821 323,127,515
Number of people with disabilities (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 20,460,136 21,411,549 20,761,092
Number of people with disabilities who are employed (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 7,030,317 7,117,518 7,461,001
Number of people without disabilities who are employed (ages 18-64). 131,940,323 133,913,764 135,089,199
Percentage of working age people who are employed (all disabilities). 34.36% 34.87% 35.94%
Percentage of working age people who are employed (NO disabilities). 75.36% 76.04% 76.75%
Overall unemployment rate. 6.20% 5.30% 4.90%
Poverty Rate (all disabilities). 22.30% 21.20% 20.90%
Poverty Rate (NO disabilities). 14.50% 13.80% 13.10%
Number of males with disabilities (all ages). 19,096,848 19,308,336 16,701,500
Number of females with disabilities (all ages). 20,577,831 20,597,992 21,045,911
Number of Caucasians with disabilities (all ages). 30,288,823 30,412,871 30,901,431
Number of African Americans with disabilities (all ages). 5,493,245 5,535,472 5,607,322
Number of Hispanic/Latinos with disabilities (all ages). 4,792,197 4,889,426 5,152,751
Number of American Indians/Alaska Natives with disabilities (all ages). 423,305 424,498 443,912
Number of Asians with disabilities (all ages). 1,150,731 1,186,206 1,234,932
Number of Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders with disabilities (all ages). 57,029 57,707 64,625
Number of with multiple races disabilities (all ages). 1,046,345 1,067,344 1,156,412
Number of others with disabilities (all ages). 1,215,201 1,222,230 1,338,777

 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

2014 2015 2016
National Labor Force Participation Rate (all disabilities) 30.20% 30.50% 31.20%
National Labor Force Participation Rate (NO disabilities) 76.20% 76.10% 76.40%

 

SSA OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Number of SSI recipients with disabilities who work. 314,892 327,980 336,807
Percentage of SSI recipients with disabilities who work relative to total SSI recipients with disabilities. 4.30% 4.53% 4.60%
Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) recipients/workers with disabilities. 8,759,035 8,720,480 8,626,085

 

MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

2012 2013 2014
Number of mental health services consumers who are employed. 525,883 558,101 614,844
Number of mental health services consumers who are part of the labor force (employed or actively looking for employment). 1,562,890 1,530,493 1,574,234
Number of adults served who have a known employment status. 3,108,710 3,288,446 3,441,616
Percentage of all state mental health agency consumers served in the community who are employed. 16.92% 16.97% 17.86%
Percentage of supported employment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.01% 1.99% 2.10%
Percentage of supported housing services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.60% 2.32% 1.94%
Percentage of assertive community treatment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.29% 2.33% 2.20%
Percentage of medications management evidence based practices (EBP). 10.94% 6.10% 6.71%
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported employment services. 48,872 54,156 61,511
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported housing services. 73,201 75,862 81,422
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) assertive community treatment services. 65,383 63,445 61,445
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) medications management. 267,254 365,288 368,455

 

WAGNER PEYSER OUTCOMES

2013 2014 2015
Number of registered job seekers with a disability. 507,702 494,413 484,024
Proportion of registered job seekers with a disability. 0.03 0.03 0.04

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES (ADULTS)

2013 2014 2015
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work served by Job Training and Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act programs. 38,139 38,578 34,791
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment. 16,010 16,425 15,789
Percentage of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment relative to total the number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work. 42.00% 43.00% 45.00%
Incidence rate of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 5.06 5.11 4.91

 

VR OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Total Number of people served under VR.
307,369
313,876
313,377
Number of people with visual impairments served under VR. 7,520 8,864 8,623
Number of people with communicative (hearing loss, deafness) impairments served under VR. 30,223 33,060 35,931
Number of people with physical impairments served under VR. 70,485 67,480 64,313
Number of people cognitive impairments served under VR. 93,364 96,637 98,222
Number of people psychosocial impairments served under VR. 82,169 83,008 82,121
Number of people with mental impairments served under VR. 23,608 24,827 24,167
Percentage of overall closures into employment under VR. 33.30% 33.50% N/A
Number of employment network (EN) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) tickets assigned. 320,024 319,184 351,454
Number of eligible ticket to work beneficiaries. 13,514,464 13,553,107 13,521,590
Total number of ID closures using supported employment services with or without Title VI-B funds expended (VI-C prior to 2002). N/A N/A N/A
Total number of ID competitive labor market closures. 17,000 158,403 158,865

 

IDD OUTCOMES

2011 2012 2013
Dollars spent on day/employment services for integrated employment funding. N/A $719,196,000 $774,301
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based work funding. N/A $813,101,000 $786,525
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based non-work funding. N/A $2,121,744,000 $2,268,455
Dollars spent on day/employment services for community based non-work funding. N/A $1,603,916,000 $1,725,825
Percentage of people served in integrated employment. 19.00% 17.43% 18.76%
Number of people served in community based non-work. N/A 170,478 156,015
Number of people served in facility based work. N/A 100,030 105,037
Number of people served in facility based non-work. N/A 173,228 244,064
Number supported in integrated employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 45.20 30.88 35.11

 

EDUCATION OUTCOMES

2012 2013
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class 80% or more of the day (Indicator 5a). 61.53% 62.36%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class less than 40% of the day (Indicator 5b). 14.24% 14.27%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served in separate schools, residential facilities, or homebound/hospital placements (Indicator 5c). 3.67% 3.63%
Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals (Indicator 13). 89.32% 91.15%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14a). 30.12% 32.08%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14b). 56.52% 61.44%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14c). 72.66% 73.18%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Subset of Indicator 14). 26.18% 29.35%

 

ABILITYONE/JWOD PROGRAM

2014
Number of overall agency blind and SD hours. 87,787,591
Number of overall total blind and SD workers. 120,397
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (products). 8,303,621
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (services). 36,412,431
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (combined). 44,712,938
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (products). 10,826
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (services). 35,695
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (combined). 46,521
AbilityOne wages (products). $68,616,994
AbilityOne wages (services). $488,296,940

 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION: 14(c) CERTIFICATE-HOLDING ENTITIES OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2017
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 107 86 36
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 95 129 31
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 2,498 2,273 1,631
Number of 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 107 74
Total Number of 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 2,595 1,744
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. N/A 286 162
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14 (c) certificate holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). N/A 6,107 1,464
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). N/A 241,254 157,157
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 8,556 5,564
Total reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 256,203 164,347

 

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National Data

General

2014 2015 2016
Population. 318,857,056 321,418,821 323,127,515
Number of people with disabilities (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 20,460,136 21,411,549 20,761,092
Number of people with disabilities who are employed (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 7,030,317 7,117,518 7,461,001
Number of people without disabilities who are employed (ages 18-64). 131,940,323 133,913,764 135,089,199
Percentage of working age people who are employed (all disabilities). 34.36% 34.87% 35.94%
Percentage of working age people who are employed (NO disabilities). 75.36% 76.04% 76.75%
Overall unemployment rate. 6.20% 5.30% 4.90%
Poverty Rate (all disabilities). 22.30% 21.20% 20.90%
Poverty Rate (NO disabilities). 14.50% 13.80% 13.10%
Number of males with disabilities (all ages). 19,096,848 19,308,336 16,701,500
Number of females with disabilities (all ages). 20,577,831 20,597,992 21,045,911
Number of Caucasians with disabilities (all ages). 30,288,823 30,412,871 30,901,431
Number of African Americans with disabilities (all ages). 5,493,245 5,535,472 5,607,322
Number of Hispanic/Latinos with disabilities (all ages). 4,792,197 4,889,426 5,152,751
Number of American Indians/Alaska Natives with disabilities (all ages). 423,305 424,498 443,912
Number of Asians with disabilities (all ages). 1,150,731 1,186,206 1,234,932
Number of Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders with disabilities (all ages). 57,029 57,707 64,625
Number of with multiple races disabilities (all ages). 1,046,345 1,067,344 1,156,412
Number of others with disabilities (all ages). 1,215,201 1,222,230 1,338,777

 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

2014 2015 2016
National Labor Force Participation Rate (all disabilities) 30.20% 30.50% 31.20%
National Labor Force Participation Rate (NO disabilities) 76.20% 76.10% 76.40%

 

SSA OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Number of SSI recipients with disabilities who work. 314,892 327,980 336,807
Percentage of SSI recipients with disabilities who work relative to total SSI recipients with disabilities. 4.30% 4.53% 4.60%
Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) recipients/workers with disabilities. 8,759,035 8,720,480 8,626,085

 

MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

2012 2013 2014
Number of mental health services consumers who are employed. 525,883 558,101 614,844
Number of mental health services consumers who are part of the labor force (employed or actively looking for employment). 1,562,890 1,530,493 1,574,234
Number of adults served who have a known employment status. 3,108,710 3,288,446 3,441,616
Percentage of all state mental health agency consumers served in the community who are employed. 16.92% 16.97% 17.86%
Percentage of supported employment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.01% 1.99% 2.10%
Percentage of supported housing services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.60% 2.32% 1.94%
Percentage of assertive community treatment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.29% 2.33% 2.20%
Percentage of medications management evidence based practices (EBP). 10.94% 6.10% 6.71%
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported employment services. 48,872 54,156 61,511
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported housing services. 73,201 75,862 81,422
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) assertive community treatment services. 65,383 63,445 61,445
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) medications management. 267,254 365,288 368,455

 

WAGNER PEYSER OUTCOMES

2013 2014 2015
Number of registered job seekers with a disability. 507,702 494,413 484,024
Proportion of registered job seekers with a disability. 0.03 0.03 0.04

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES (ADULTS)

2013 2014 2015
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work served by Job Training and Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act programs. 38,139 38,578 34,791
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment. 16,010 16,425 15,789
Percentage of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment relative to total the number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work. 42.00% 43.00% 45.00%
Incidence rate of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 5.06 5.11 4.91

 

VR OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2016
Total Number of people served under VR.
307,369
313,876
313,377
Number of people with visual impairments served under VR. 7,520 8,864 8,623
Number of people with communicative (hearing loss, deafness) impairments served under VR. 30,223 33,060 35,931
Number of people with physical impairments served under VR. 70,485 67,480 64,313
Number of people cognitive impairments served under VR. 93,364 96,637 98,222
Number of people psychosocial impairments served under VR. 82,169 83,008 82,121
Number of people with mental impairments served under VR. 23,608 24,827 24,167
Percentage of overall closures into employment under VR. 33.30% 33.50% N/A
Number of employment network (EN) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) tickets assigned. 320,024 319,184 351,454
Number of eligible ticket to work beneficiaries. 13,514,464 13,553,107 13,521,590
Total number of ID closures using supported employment services with or without Title VI-B funds expended (VI-C prior to 2002). N/A N/A N/A
Total number of ID competitive labor market closures. 17,000 158,403 158,865

 

IDD OUTCOMES

2011 2012 2013
Dollars spent on day/employment services for integrated employment funding. N/A $719,196,000 $774,301
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based work funding. N/A $813,101,000 $786,525
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based non-work funding. N/A $2,121,744,000 $2,268,455
Dollars spent on day/employment services for community based non-work funding. N/A $1,603,916,000 $1,725,825
Percentage of people served in integrated employment. 19.00% 17.43% 18.76%
Number of people served in community based non-work. N/A 170,478 156,015
Number of people served in facility based work. N/A 100,030 105,037
Number of people served in facility based non-work. N/A 173,228 244,064
Number supported in integrated employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 45.20 30.88 35.11

 

EDUCATION OUTCOMES

2012 2013
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class 80% or more of the day (Indicator 5a). 61.53% 62.36%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class less than 40% of the day (Indicator 5b). 14.24% 14.27%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served in separate schools, residential facilities, or homebound/hospital placements (Indicator 5c). 3.67% 3.63%
Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals (Indicator 13). 89.32% 91.15%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14a). 30.12% 32.08%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14b). 56.52% 61.44%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14c). 72.66% 73.18%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Subset of Indicator 14). 26.18% 29.35%

 

ABILITYONE/JWOD PROGRAM

2014
Number of overall agency blind and SD hours. 87,787,591
Number of overall total blind and SD workers. 120,397
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (products). 8,303,621
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (services). 36,412,431
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (combined). 44,712,938
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (products). 10,826
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (services). 35,695
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (combined). 46,521
AbilityOne wages (products). $68,616,994
AbilityOne wages (services). $488,296,940

 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION: 14(c) CERTIFICATE-HOLDING ENTITIES OUTCOMES

2014 2015 2017
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 107 86 36
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 95 129 31
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 2,498 2,273 1,631
Number of 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 107 74
Total Number of 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 2,595 1,744
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. N/A 286 162
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14 (c) certificate holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). N/A 6,107 1,464
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). N/A 241,254 157,157
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. N/A 8,556 5,564
Total reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding entities. N/A 256,203 164,347

 

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2016
Population. 323,127,515
Number of people with disabilities (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 20,761,092
Number of people with disabilities who are employed (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 7,461,001
Number of people without disabilities who are employed (ages 18-64). 135,089,199
Percentage of working age people who are employed (all disabilities). 35.94%
Percentage of working age people who are employed (NO disabilities). 76.75%
Overall unemployment rate. 4.90%
Poverty Rate (all disabilities). 20.90%
Poverty Rate (NO disabilities). 13.10%
Number of males with disabilities (all ages). 16,701,500
Number of females with disabilities (all ages). 21,045,911
Number of Caucasians with disabilities (all ages). 30,901,431
Number of African Americans with disabilities (all ages). 5,607,322
Number of Hispanic/Latinos with disabilities (all ages). 5,152,751
Number of American Indians/Alaska Natives with disabilities (all ages). 443,912
Number of Asians with disabilities (all ages). 1,234,932
Number of Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders with disabilities (all ages). 64,625
Number of with multiple races disabilities (all ages). 1,156,412
Number of others with disabilities (all ages). 1,338,777

 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

2016
National Labor Force Participation Rate (all disabilities) 31.20%
National Labor Force Participation Rate (NO disabilities) 76.40%

 

SSA OUTCOMES

2016
Number of SSI recipients with disabilities who work. 336,807
Percentage of SSI recipients with disabilities who work relative to total SSI recipients with disabilities. 4.60%
Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) recipients/workers with disabilities. 8,626,085

 

MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

2014
Number of mental health services consumers who are employed. 614,844
Number of mental health services consumers who are part of the labor force (employed or actively looking for employment). 1,574,234
Number of adults served who have a known employment status. 3,441,616
Percentage of all state mental health agency consumers served in the community who are employed. 17.86%
Percentage of supported employment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.10%
Percentage of supported housing services evidence based practices (EBP). 1.94%
Percentage of assertive community treatment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.20%
Percentage of medications management evidence based practices (EBP). 6.71%
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported employment services. 61,511
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported housing services. 81,422
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) assertive community treatment services. 61,445
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) medications management. 368,455

 

WAGNER PEYSER OUTCOMES

2015
Number of registered job seekers with a disability. 484,024
Proportion of registered job seekers with a disability. 0.04

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES (ADULTS)

2015
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work served by Job Training and Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act programs. 34,791
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment. 15,789
Percentage of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment relative to total the number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work. 45.00%
Incidence rate of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 4.91

 

VR OUTCOMES

2016
Total Number of people served under VR.
313,377
Number of people with visual impairments served under VR. 8,623
Number of people with communicative (hearing loss, deafness) impairments served under VR. 35,931
Number of people with physical impairments served under VR. 64,313
Number of people cognitive impairments served under VR. 98,222
Number of people psychosocial impairments served under VR. 82,121
Number of people with mental impairments served under VR. 24,167
Percentage of overall closures into employment under VR. N/A
Number of employment network (EN) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) tickets assigned. 351,454
Number of eligible ticket to work beneficiaries. 13,521,590
Total number of ID closures using supported employment services with or without Title VI-B funds expended (VI-C prior to 2002). N/A
Total number of ID competitive labor market closures. 158,865

 

IDD OUTCOMES

2013
Dollars spent on day/employment services for integrated employment funding. $774,301
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based work funding. $786,525
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based non-work funding. $2,268,455
Dollars spent on day/employment services for community based non-work funding. $1,725,825
Percentage of people served in integrated employment. 18.76%
Number of people served in community based non-work. 156,015
Number of people served in facility based work. 105,037
Number of people served in facility based non-work. 244,064
Number supported in integrated employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 35.11

 

EDUCATION OUTCOMES

2013
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class 80% or more of the day (Indicator 5a). 62.36%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class less than 40% of the day (Indicator 5b). 14.27%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served in separate schools, residential facilities, or homebound/hospital placements (Indicator 5c). 3.63%
Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals (Indicator 13). 91.15%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14a). 32.08%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14b). 61.44%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14c). 73.18%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Subset of Indicator 14). 29.35%

 

ABILITYONE/JWOD PROGRAM

2014
Number of overall agency blind and SD hours. 87,787,591
Number of overall total blind and SD workers. 120,397
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (products). 8,303,621
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (services). 36,412,431
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (combined). 44,712,938
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (products). 10,826
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (services). 35,695
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (combined). 46,521
AbilityOne wages (products). $68,616,994
AbilityOne wages (services). $488,296,940

 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION: 14(c) CERTIFICATE-HOLDING ENTITIES OUTCOMES

2017
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 36
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 31
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 1,631
Number of 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. 74
Total Number of 14(c) certificate holding entities. 1,744
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 162
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14 (c) certificate holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 1,464
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 157,157
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. 5,564
Total reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding entities. 164,347

 

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General

2016
Population. 323,127,515
Number of people with disabilities (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 20,761,092
Number of people with disabilities who are employed (all disabilities, ages 18-64). 7,461,001
Number of people without disabilities who are employed (ages 18-64). 135,089,199
Percentage of working age people who are employed (all disabilities). 35.94%
Percentage of working age people who are employed (NO disabilities). 76.75%
Overall unemployment rate. 4.90%
Poverty Rate (all disabilities). 20.90%
Poverty Rate (NO disabilities). 13.10%
Number of males with disabilities (all ages). 16,701,500
Number of females with disabilities (all ages). 21,045,911
Number of Caucasians with disabilities (all ages). 30,901,431
Number of African Americans with disabilities (all ages). 5,607,322
Number of Hispanic/Latinos with disabilities (all ages). 5,152,751
Number of American Indians/Alaska Natives with disabilities (all ages). 443,912
Number of Asians with disabilities (all ages). 1,234,932
Number of Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders with disabilities (all ages). 64,625
Number of with multiple races disabilities (all ages). 1,156,412
Number of others with disabilities (all ages). 1,338,777

 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

2016
National Labor Force Participation Rate (all disabilities) 31.20%
National Labor Force Participation Rate (NO disabilities) 76.40%

 

SSA OUTCOMES

2016
Number of SSI recipients with disabilities who work. 336,807
Percentage of SSI recipients with disabilities who work relative to total SSI recipients with disabilities. 4.60%
Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) recipients/workers with disabilities. 8,626,085

 

MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES

2014
Number of mental health services consumers who are employed. 614,844
Number of mental health services consumers who are part of the labor force (employed or actively looking for employment). 1,574,234
Number of adults served who have a known employment status. 3,441,616
Percentage of all state mental health agency consumers served in the community who are employed. 17.86%
Percentage of supported employment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.10%
Percentage of supported housing services evidence based practices (EBP). 1.94%
Percentage of assertive community treatment services evidence based practices (EBP). 2.20%
Percentage of medications management evidence based practices (EBP). 6.71%
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported employment services. 61,511
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) supported housing services. 81,422
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) assertive community treatment services. 61,445
Number of evidence based practices (EBP) medications management. 368,455

 

WAGNER PEYSER OUTCOMES

2015
Number of registered job seekers with a disability. 484,024
Proportion of registered job seekers with a disability. 0.04

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES (ADULTS)

2015
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work served by Job Training and Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act programs. 34,791
Total number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment. 15,789
Percentage of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment relative to total the number of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work. 45.00%
Incidence rate of people with a disability that is a substantial barrier to work who entered unsubsidized employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 4.91

 

VR OUTCOMES

2016
Total Number of people served under VR.
313,377
Number of people with visual impairments served under VR. 8,623
Number of people with communicative (hearing loss, deafness) impairments served under VR. 35,931
Number of people with physical impairments served under VR. 64,313
Number of people cognitive impairments served under VR. 98,222
Number of people psychosocial impairments served under VR. 82,121
Number of people with mental impairments served under VR. 24,167
Percentage of overall closures into employment under VR. N/A
Number of employment network (EN) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) tickets assigned. 351,454
Number of eligible ticket to work beneficiaries. 13,521,590
Total number of ID closures using supported employment services with or without Title VI-B funds expended (VI-C prior to 2002). N/A
Total number of ID competitive labor market closures. 158,865

 

IDD OUTCOMES

2013
Dollars spent on day/employment services for integrated employment funding. $774,301
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based work funding. $786,525
Dollars spent on day/employment services for facility-based non-work funding. $2,268,455
Dollars spent on day/employment services for community based non-work funding. $1,725,825
Percentage of people served in integrated employment. 18.76%
Number of people served in community based non-work. 156,015
Number of people served in facility based work. 105,037
Number of people served in facility based non-work. 244,064
Number supported in integrated employment per 100,000 individuals in the general state population. 35.11

 

EDUCATION OUTCOMES

2013
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class 80% or more of the day (Indicator 5a). 62.36%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served inside the regular class less than 40% of the day (Indicator 5b). 14.27%
Percent of children with IEPs aged 6 through 21 served in separate schools, residential facilities, or homebound/hospital placements (Indicator 5c). 3.63%
Percent of youth with IEPs aged 16 and above with an IEP that includes appropriate measurable postsecondary goals (Indicator 13). 91.15%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14a). 32.08%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14b). 61.44%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were enrolled in higher education or in some other postsecondary education or training program; or competitively employed or in some other employment within one year of leaving high school (Indicator 14c). 73.18%
Percentage of youth who are no longer in secondary school, had IEPs in effect at the time they left school, and were competitively employed within one year of leaving high school (Subset of Indicator 14). 29.35%

 

ABILITYONE/JWOD PROGRAM

2014
Number of overall agency blind and SD hours. 87,787,591
Number of overall total blind and SD workers. 120,397
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (products). 8,303,621
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (services). 36,412,431
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD hours (combined). 44,712,938
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (products). 10,826
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (services). 35,695
Number of AbilityOne blind and SD workers (combined). 46,521
AbilityOne wages (products). $68,616,994
AbilityOne wages (services). $488,296,940

 

WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION: 14(c) CERTIFICATE-HOLDING ENTITIES OUTCOMES

2017
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 36
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 31
Number of 14(c) certificate-holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 1,631
Number of 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. 74
Total Number of 14(c) certificate holding entities. 1,744
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate-holding businesses. 162
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14 (c) certificate holding school work experience programs (SWEPs). 1,464
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). 157,157
Reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding patient workers. 5,564
Total reported number of people with disabilities working under 14(c) certificate holding entities. 164,347

 

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