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State of the Science Conference
September 15-16, 2005

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  1. Post 9/11
  2. By Caller Description: Post 9/11
  3. By Caller Description: Post 9/11
  4. By Industry: Post 9/11
  5. By Industry: Post 9/11
  6. Hot Spots: Post 9/11
  7. Hot Spots: Post 9/11
  8. By Region: Post 9/11
  9. By Issue: Post 9/11
  10. By Issue: Post 9/11
  11. Anecdotal Experience
  12. JAN Follow-up survey
  13. Dissemination
  14. Future Direction
  15. Job Accomodation Network

Slide 16 of 30

Post 9/11


Slide 17 of 30

By Caller Description: Post 9/11

Table shows number of calls and call percentage
The numbers are given for two main categories a) Unknown calls and Known Calls
Number of Calls:
  • Unknown Calls - 55
  • Known Calls - 474
  • Call percentage:
  • Unknown Calls - 11
  • Known Calls - 89
  • The Known category is divided into nine more categories, a) Employer b) Employee with Disability c) Rehab/Med Professional d) Attorney/Legal Rep e)Educational Professional f) Friend/Family Member g) Individual with Disability, not employed h) Student with Disability i) Union Rep
    Number of Calls:
  • Employer - 316
  • Employee with Disability - 86
  • Rehab/Med Professional - 20
  • Attorney/Legal Rep - 12
  • Educational Professional - 12
  • Friend/Family Member - 10
  • Individual with Disability, not employed - 7
  • Student with Disability - 6
  • Union Rep - 5

  • Call percentage:
  • Employer - 67
  • Employee with Disability - 18
  • Rehab/Med Professional - 4
  • Attorney/Legal Rep - 3
  • Educational Professional - 3
  • Friend/Family Member - 2
  • Individual with Disability, not employed - 1
  • Student with Disability - 1
  • Union Rep - 1

  • Slide 18 of 30

    By Caller Description: Post 9/11

    The Chart shows calls percentage in known categories
    Call percentage:
  • Employer - 67
  • Employee with Disability - 18
  • Rehab/Med Professional - 4
  • Attorney/Legal Rep - 3
  • Educational Professional - 3
  • Friend/Family Member - 2
  • Individual with Disability, not employed - 1
  • Student with Disability - 1
  • Union Rep - 1

  • Slide 19 of 30

    By Industry: Post 9/11

    Table shows number of calls and call percentage
    The numbers are given for two main categories a) Unknown calls and Known Calls
    Number of Calls:
  • Unknown Calls - 273
  • Known Calls - 262
  • Call percentage:
  • Unknown Calls - 51
  • Known Calls - 49
  • The Known category is divided into nine more categories, a) Federal Government b) State Government c) Educational Services d) Health Care & Social Services e)Manufacturing f) Local Government g) Public Order & Safety h) Transportation i) Financial and Insurance Services
    Number of Calls:
  • Federal Government - 79
  • State Government - 25
  • Educational Services - 25
  • Health Care & Social Services - 22
  • Manufacturing - 20
  • Local Government - 15
  • Public Order & Safety - 11
  • Transportation - 10
  • Financial and Insurance Services - 10

  • Call percentage:
  • Federal Government - 30
  • State Government - 10
  • Educational Services - 10
  • Health Care & Social Services - 8
  • Manufacturing - 8
  • Local Government - 6
  • Public Order & Safety - 4
  • Transportation - 4
  • Financial and Insurance Services - 4

  • Slide 20 of 30

    By Industry: Post 9/11

    The Chart shows calls percentage in known categories
    Call percentage:
  • Federal Government - 30
  • State Government - 10
  • Educational Services - 10
  • Health Care & Social Services - 8
  • Manufacturing - 8
  • Local Government - 6
  • Public Order & Safety - 4
  • Transportation - 4
  • Financial and Insurance Services - 4

  • Slide 21 of 30

    Hot Spots: Post 9/11

    Graphic Shows the map of USA marked with various cities

    Slide 22 of 30

    Hot Spots: Post 9/11

    The Table shows region, number of calls and call percentage. The region and numbers are shown for each state.
    Region:
  • CA - West
  • NY - Northeast
  • DC - Northeast
  • OH - Midwest
  • VA - Southeast
  • FL - Southeast
  • TX - Southwest
  • PA - Northeast
  • IL - Midwest
  • MA - Northeast
  • CO - West
  • NJ - Northeast
  • MD - Northeast
  • WA - West

  • Number of Calls:
  • CA - 54
  • NY - 54
  • DC - 45
  • OH - 26
  • VA - 25
  • FL - 24
  • TX - 21
  • PA - 19
  • IL - 18
  • MA - 16
  • CO - 14
  • NJ - 14
  • MD - 13
  • WA - 13

  • Call Percentage:
  • CA - 11
  • NY - 11
  • DC - 9
  • OH - 5
  • VA - 5
  • FL - 5
  • TX - 5
  • PA - 4
  • IL - 4
  • MA - 3
  • CO - 3
  • NJ - 3
  • MD - 3
  • WA - 3
  • Total number of calls: 535
    Total number of known calls: 490
    Known Calls percentage: 92

    Slide 23 of 30

    By Region: Post 9/11

    The chart shows call percentage according to region
    Call Percentage:
  • Northeast - 45%
  • West - 23%
  • Southeast - 14%
  • Midwest - 12%
  • Southwest - 7%

  • Slide 24 of 30

    By Issue: Post 9/11

    The chart shows number of calls by impairment for four years. They 4 years are a) 01-02 b) 02-03 c) 03-04 d) 04-05
    For the year 01-02:
  • Sensory - 9
  • Psychiatric - 17
  • Motor - 34

  • For the year 02-03:
  • Sensory - 6
  • Psychiatric - 7
  • Motor - 23

  • For the year 03-04:
  • Sensory - 17
  • Psychiatric - 0
  • Motor - 21

  • For the year 04-05:
  • Sensory - 7
  • Psychiatric - 0
  • Motor - 22

  • Slide 25 of 30

    By Issue: Post 9/11

    The chart shows number of calls for other information
    The numbers are given for two main categories a) ADA info only b) General Policies

    ADA info only:
  • For the year 01-02 - 15
  • For the year 02-03 - 5
  • For the year 03-04 - 4
  • For the year 04-05 - 5

  • General Policies
  • For the year 01-02 - 27
  • For the year 02-03 - 13
  • For the year 03-04 - 15
  • For the year 04-05 - 11

  • Slide 26 of 30

    Anecdotal Experience


    Slide 27 of 30

    JAN Follow-up survey


    Slide 28 of 30

    Dissemination

    The chart shows number of hits/month for the post 9/11 years.
    Hits per month:
  • For the year 01-02 - 585
  • For the year 02-03 - 494
  • For the year 03-04 - 694
  • For the year 04-05 - 777

  • Slide 29 of 30

    Future Direction