Long-term supports and services for persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities: Status and trends through 2018

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Description

Ever wonder how many people in the United States have intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD), how many of them get publicly-funded supports from state IDD agencies, or where people getting supports live? The 2021 report from the Residential Information Systems Project describes Medicaid- and state-funded long-term supports and services for people with IDD of all ages. It includes both annual national and state-level data as well as key trends since 1977. The report is used by researchers to provide a context for their research articles. It is used by policymakers and advocates to inform national and state policy. Digital copies of the report are available at https://risp.umn.edu/. The RISP website includes one-page state profiles, downloadable infographics, and customizable tables and graphs.

Paper copies of the report are now available upon request. If you would like a copy, please contact Gretchen Gallagher Weinstein at gall0031@umn.edu

Suggested Citation

Larson, S., van der Salm, B., Pettingell, S., Sowers, M., & Anderson, L. L. (2021). Long-term supports and services for persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities: Status and trends through 2018 (p. 266). https://ici-s.umn.edu/files/yFXkkmRteg/2018-risp-full-report?preferredLocale=en-US

Details

Date
2021 
Type
Report 
Publisher
Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)

Topics

  • Housing and residential services
    • Community group residential
    • Consumer/self-directed services
    • Family supports/in-home services