Systematic Review

Identifying Other Effective Programs

Effective programs are only valuable to the people they can benefit if they are known and used.

In addition to developing two interventions, the RTC/PICL will conduct and publish a systematic review of the research literature to identify other interventions that are effective in enhancing community participation for adults with disabilities.

This review will focus on multifaceted interventions, which means that these strategies address individual characteristics of the people who took part in the research (including health, functional abilities, education and economic resources) as well as environmental barriers (such as transportation, housing and health care access).


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