A Route Out of Poverty?: Disabled People, Work and Welfare Reform
Child Poverty Action Group, Jan 1, 2006 - Great Britain - 132 pages
Exploring evidence linking poverty and disability, this text also examines the experiences and attitudes of disabled parents to paid employment, whether disability benefits and support services are accessible, adequate and appropriate, and the impact government policy has had on their own and their children's lives.
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