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Differences in Social Support Among Employed and Unemployed Adults Who Are Visually Impaired — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This study of the differences in social support received by 97 employed and unemployed adults who were visually impaired found that the employed adults reported more positive and less negative social support than did the unemployed adults and had fewer anxiety symptoms and higher life satisfaction.


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