The TERRITORIES REPORT was recently completed by the PNS Longitudinal Data Collection projects at the Universities of Massachusetts-Boston, Minnesota, and Colorado.
"How Adequate are Public Financial Commitments for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services in Colorado?"
Presented by David Braddock, PhD, University of Colorado Coleman Institute and Department of Psychiatry, to the Colorado Alliance of Community Centered Boards and Colorado Legislators at the Denver Art Museum, February 18, 2015. presentation slides
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.
OUR NEW MONOGRAPH: 2015
The State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities:
Emerging from the Great Recession
Published by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD), The State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 2015: Emerging from the Great Recession analyzes public financial commitments and programmatic trends across the 50 states and the District of Columbia over 37 years: 1977-2013.
The monograph focuses on the impact of federal and state fiscal policy over time and illustrates trends in the states in community living, public and private residential institutions, family support, supported employment, supported living, Medicaid Waivers, demographics, and other areas.
The 6 pages of state specific data have been updated through 2013! See state profiles.
Our interactive charts have been updated to fiscal year 2013! There are a total of 18 interactive charts.
The State of the States 2013 pages for the AIDD Projects of National Significance (PNS) collaborative effort on Longitudinal Data Collection, along with links to the three other PNS projects, can be accessed on the menu to the right.