Supported Employment for Adults Suffering from Mental Illness in England

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Examining supportedemployment for adultssuffering from mentalillness in England
Table of ContentsData Analysis..................................................................................................................................1Theme 1: Influence of employment on mentally challenged people.........................................1Theme 2: Organisational support in promoting holistic development of mentally ill people.. .1Theme 3: Impact of intervention IPS and vocational training on employability of mentallychallenged people........................................................................................................................2References.......................................................................................................................................4
Data AnalysisTheme 1: Influence of employment on mentally challenged people.As per the views of Luciano and Meara (2014), it has been analysed that in the presentanalysis area, with decreasing in employment rate, the severity of mental illness is continuouslyincreasing. People having serious mental illness are considered as less likely than those with no,moderate or no mental illness to be employed after an age of 49. as employment refers to bemost important social determinant of participation in employment, that enhance chance of well-being of people. But the majority of individuals are suffered with mental illness due tounemployment. Hereby, limited mental health literacy among people has been considered as themajor barrier for individuals having mental health and related disability. By survey, it has beenproved that more severe issues related to mental illness among individuals having loweremployment rate was in 2009 and 2010. As per the opinion analysis of Boycott, Schneider andMcMurran (2016), To conduct an in-depth study, respective researchers have focused more onunderstanding how participants respond towards vocational interventions, as per basis ofdemographic, individual, clinical and social variables. These variables has aid to defineemployment in terms of job attainment, number of hours worked, job retention etc. Analysing onthese variables, it has been evaluated that mental illness among people who are mentallychallenged, causes a number of barriers to employment. It includes poor educationalachievements, limitation in getting disability support management services, policy disincentivesfor employment and more. Among these barriers, discrimination at workplace and employerstigma, are faced mostly by mentally challenged individuals. As per report analysis, employersalso possess negative belief about such people with respect to some factors like quality of work,social competence, work persistence and requirement of excessive supervision. However,employment opportunities are refers to be consistent in nature, thus people are willing to attainjob opportunities for the purpose of developing their capabilities and skills. The positiveinfluence can be analysed through evaluating the developing moral, skills and capability ofmentally challenged people.Theme 2: Organisational support in promoting holistic development of mentally ill people.In the study based on determining the organisational support in promoting holisticdevelopment of mentally ill people, the analysis is being developing through determining the1
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