Description

A series of reports describing the prevalence of and characteristics, service use and health needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the US civilian noninstitutionalized population based on analyses of the 1994/1995 National Health Interview Survey-Disability Supplement.

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Details

Date
April 2001 
Type
Brief 
Publisher
Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)

Products

  • DD Data Brief: Characteristics of Aging Caregivers in the NHIS-D
  • DD Data Brief: Mothers with Disabilities - Characteristics and Outcomes: An Analysis From the 1994/1995 NHIS-D
  • DD Data Brief: Social Activities of Non-Institutionalized Adults in the NHIS-D: Gender, Age, and Disability Differences
  • DD Data Brief: Problems in Defining Mental Retardation and Developmental Disability: Using the National Health Interview Survey
  • DD Data Brief: Response Patterns Among Adult Respondents with Mental Retardation in the National Health Interview Survey, 1997-2002
  • DD Data Brief: Gender, Age, and Disability Differences in Functional Limitations for Non-Institutionalized Adults in the NHIS-D
  • DD Data Brief: Service Use by and Needs of Adults with Functional Limitations or ID/DD in the NHIS-D: Difference by Age, Gender, and Disability
  • DD Data Brief: Health Insurance Coverage and Health Care Experiences of Persons with Disabilities in the NHIS-D
  • DD Data Brief: Children with Disabilities: Social Roles and Family Impacts
  • DD Data Brief: Functional Limitations of Adults in the U.S. Non-Institutionalized Population: NHIS-D Analysis
  • DD Data Brief: Demographic Characteristics of Persons with MR/DD Living in Their Own Homes or With Family Members
  • DD Data Brief: Characteristics of and Service Use by Persons With MR/DD Living in Their Own Homes or With Family Members
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  • Topics

    • Community life
      • Community supports and services
      • Specific life stage
        • Adolescents and young adults
          • Adults
            • Children
              • Early childhood
                • Seniors