New State of the States data brief available!
The State of the States Project partnered with Tia Nelis from Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered to create a brief titled "Use of State Insitutions for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the United States".
A New Survey. We now have a brief survey when you access our Website. The survey software records each URL, so you will not need to complete the survey more than once (per device). The survey data will be summarized, and posted on our Website.
In the last study, we collaborated with AIDD and with the other Project of National Significance (PNS) Longitudinal Data Collection projects in the production of "one-pagers" for each state. Follow this link to those "one-pagers."
OUR MOST RECENT STATE OF THE STATES PUBLICATION
The State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: 2017
Our New AAIDD book presenting fiscal years 2014 and 2015 data is available!
Contact us about obtaining a copy of the new publication directly from AAIDD.
Our previous publication,
The State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Emerging from the Great Recession. Washington, DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2015.
On the State of the States Twitter, you can see pictures and follow links about the distribution of copies of the 2015 State of the States book to members of Congress. Thanks to AUCD, The Arc and Kim Musheno! Thanks to Kim and her colleagues for disseminating copies of The State of the States to Congress!
Testimony to the Federal Commission on Long-Term Care
Dr. David Braddock provided testimony to the federal Commission on Long-Term Care on the topic: "Populations in Need of LTSS and Service Delivery Issues." The testimony can be viewed at: presentation slides, written testimony, and the Commission Final Report to Congress.