An Intersectional Approach towards Parental Employment in Families with a Child with a Disability: The Case of Belgium KU Leuven
Work Incapacity and Disability Coinciding?: The Role of International and Supranational Understanding of Disability in Member States' Labour Law KU Leuven
Perceived neuropsychological impairment inversely related to self-reported health and employment in multiple sclerosis Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Background and purpose: Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients frequently report cognitive difficulties which impact daily functioning. The objective was to investigate the relationship between patient-reported cognitive impairment and depression, demographic and MS-related variables, and to clarify its impact on self-reported health measures and employment. Method: A large two-centre survey included the MS Neuropsychological Screening ...
Beliefs Of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors about Competitive Employment for People with Severe Mental Illness in Belgium KU Leuven
Feeling well while chronically ill or impaired : a multilevel study on the moderating role of employment and volunteering in Europe Ghent University
Do Raven's Colored Progressive Matrices function in the same way in typical and clinical populations? Insights from the intellectual disability field KU Leuven
The efficacy and efficiency of Disability Management in job-retention and job-reintegration. A systematic review. KU Leuven Ghent University
Self-reported levels of education and disability progression in multiple sclerosis Vrije Universiteit Brussel
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of our study is to investigate whether socioeconomic indicators such as education, financial concerns, employment, and living status are associated with disease progression in relapsing-onset and progressive-onset Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We performed a cross-sectional survey among individuals with MS, registered by the Flemish MS society and included socioeconomic indicators. A Cox ...