Published on 01 Feb This could partly explain why many former USSID students are categorized as not being involved in traditional occupations or why some remain so for longer periods. Journal of Youth Studies 9 3: Map of the Swedish Education System. Another possibility is that they have chosen not to receive or be identified with LSS services including daily activity. The findings of graduation year and NEED status over time suggest that time itself is an important factor.
The results reveal that the young adults in question constitute a heterogeneous group.
This study explored the post-USSID situation for young adults with intellectual disability who are not involved in employment, education or daily activity, with focus on the relationship between background factors, financial support and LSS services. This could partly explain why many former USSID students are categorized as not being involved in traditional occupations or why some remain so for longer periods. National Board of Health and Welfare. Gaining employment encompasses several benefits such as daily structure, monetary income and social networks, yet also relates to increased well-being and quality of life Andrews and Rose ; Beyer et al. One NEET subgroup comprises persons with disability.