The purpose of this study was to provide some policy implications by analyzing impacts of disability occurrence on economic, social cultural exclusion and testing empirically moderation effects of social environment in their relationships. For this study, 112 disabled persons were sampled and surveyed on economic, social cultural exclusion by disability. Analytical results are the followings. First, new disability caused economic exclusion. Second, it also caused social, cultural exclusion. Third, social support has a strong moderation effects between disability and economic, social cultural exclusion. Social support played the important role for reducing the negative impacts of disability occurrence on social exclusion. This study provided some policy implications about raising social support for the disabled basing on this analytical results. First, programs for improving cognition for the disabled need to be developed and implemented from the early childhood.
Second, social campaign for the disabled are promoted positively by non-governmental sector. Third, public policy for the disabled should be strengthened from material support to even emotional support.