Patterns of Utilization of Mental Health Services by Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Consumer Survey
Employment of General Disability Allowance Recipients following Amendment 109 of the National Insurance Law (Laron Law): Promoting and Obstructing Factors
The Laron Amendment was designed to encourage GDA recipients to integrate into employment or to expand their participation in it. To evaluate the implications of the amendment for the employment status of GDA recipients, the National Insurance Institute (NII) initiated a follow-up study, onducted in conjunction with the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB).
People with Disabilities in Israel’s Working-Age Population: Prevalence, Characteristics, and Employment Status
Following the Laron Committee recommendations, the National Insurance Law was amended to change the structure of disability benefits and the conditions of eligibility to create greater incentives for integrate into the job market. MJB and the NII are conducting a follow-up study of the implications of the amendment for the employment of people with disabilities of working age.