In-home and residential long-term supports and services for persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities: Status and trends through 2017
- Sheryl A Larson, Heidi Eschenbacher, Brittany Taylor, Sandra L Pettingell, Mary Sowers, Mary Lou Bourne
- Sarah L Curtner
- Kristin Dean, Jonathon P Walz, Shawn C Lawler, Amanda W Ryan, Lynda Lahti Anderson
Ever wonder how many people in the United States have IDD or what proportion of them received federal- or state-funded supports? The 2020 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Larson, S., Eschenbacher, H., Taylor, B., Pettingell, S., Sowers, M., & Bourne, M. L. (2020). In-home and residential long-term supports and services for persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities: Status and trends through 2017. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration.
- Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)