Viewing: Data and Outcomes
January 16, 2019
According to a recent news release, the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) achieved reaccreditation for Person-Centered Excellence Network Accreditation from The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL).
December 3, 2018
New Jersey Governor Murphy and the New Jersey Legislature identified $32 million in additional state and federal funding to support higher wages for direct support professionals serving individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities who are enrolled in the Supports Program or Community Care Program under Fee-for-Service.
August 27, 2018
The Inclusive Higher Education Committee has released a publication titled “Addressing the Policy Tangle: Students with Intellectual Disability and the Path to Postsecondary Education, Employment and Community Living”.
August 27, 2018
he National Core Indicators (NCI) released a data highlight titled “How Can States Learn from State and National NCI Results to Reduce and Manage the Risk of Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of Adults with I/DD?” The highlight speaks to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey Data, which indicates that 20% of respondents felt afraid in at least one setting such as in their home, day program, at work, walking in their neighborhood, and/or in transport. State results ranged from a low of 5% of people reporting the felt afraid in at least one setting, to a high of 36% of people reporting the same.
February 26, 2018
According to a recent news release, the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) announced that the employment rate of persons supported in competitive, integrated employment has increased to 17.6 percent.