Welcome to the website for the State of the States in Developmental Disabilities Project, administered by the University of Colorado and funded in part by the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilties
We have recently updated our website. On this website you can now view longitudinal data on intellectual and developmental disabilities for fiscal years 1977-2011 by going to State Profiles. The new 2011 State Profiles have six pages of data. You can also Create a Chart based on state-by-state comparative data for fiscal year 2011 (see menu to the right).
On the menu to the right, you can also access data for all disabilities. Data here are for intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental health and physical and sensory disabilities.
Also on our Website
The Publications link provides access to selected books and book chapters, journal articles, technical and brief reports, and testimony from the project. About Us presents a brief history of the study. Links offers access to related websites at the national, state and community level, including our state of Colorado.
To view our State of the States in Developmental Disabilities Webinar of February 27, 2013, go to the AAIDD website and click here. The link is to a PDF of the Webinar and audio of the presentation.
The New Monograph
The hardcopy version of the new monograph, State of the States in Developmental Disabilities 2013: The Great Recession and Its Aftermath, with extensive state-by-state revenue, spending, and programmatic data encompassing fiscal years 1977-2011 will soon be published by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD). The preliminary monograph was disseminated at the Coleman Institute Annual Conference in Westminster, Colorado, on November 2, 2012.
Contact us for information about obtaining a print copy, or with any questions about the website.