Studies of Persons with Developmental Disabilities in the 1994-1995 National Health Interview Surveys-Disability Supplement


Described people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who live in their own homes or with their families, examining: 1) demographic, functional and health characteristics; 2) in-home services and supports; 3) access to healthcare; 4) services, devices and technology; 5) households with parents who have disabilities; 6) social roles and experiences of adults; and 7) the impact of recent changes in the DD Act definitions of disability on prevalence estimates.

This project was archived on 2009-10-05T00:00:00-05:00

Sheryl A Larson
Sheryl A Larson
National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research
Subcontract from
University of Illinois Chicago


Sheryl A Larson :: Research Manager 3


  • Community life
    • Assistive/adaptive technology
      • Community supports and services
        • Parenting and family relationships
          • Recreation and leisure
            • Self-advocacy and self-determination
              • Social inclusion
                • Transportation
                • Health and safety
                  • Health and wellness
                    • Healthcare
                      • Mental health supports
                      • Housing and residential services
                        • Consumer/self-directed services
                          • Family supports/in-home services
                            • Housing access
                            • Specific life stage
                              • Adolescents and young adults
                                • Adults
                                  • Children
                                    • Seniors


                                    • Dissemination
                                      • Research