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CBA of Kent supported employment march 31st 2010“This report summarises the first phase of a three phase study to develop a financial cost:benefit analysis specific to supported employment for people with learning disabilities. It is being conducted in collaboration with Kent Supported Employment Agency (KSE). It aims to develop a cost benefit framework that is robust enough to accurately identify the potential costs and savings to the local authority and taxpayer of delivering the KSE service. Phase 1 ran from January to March 2010 and involved developing the cost benefit framework and collecting the relevant information from KSE.”

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