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Program Reviews of Oregon’s Independent Living Programs

Working with the Oregon Department of Human Services, we’re conducting program reviews of Oregon’s Independent Living Programs (ILP) that assist youth who are aging out of the child welfare foster care system to gain the skills they need to achieve independence. … Read More

Evaluation of Colorado’s IV-E Waiver Demonstration

Working with the Colorado Department of Human Services, and Colorado’s counties, we’ve been evaluating the effects of flexible funding through the Title IV-E Waiver demonstration. The Waiver allows the state to use federal IV-E funds flexibly to protect children, to increase permanency, and to decrease the use of congregate care. … Read More

Evaluation of Ohio’s IV-E Waiver Demonstration

Working with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, we’ve been evaluating the effects of flexible funding through the ProtectOHIO Title IV-E Waiver demonstration—providing evidence toward the use of innovative child welfare programs that aim to improve child and family outcomes. … Read More

Evaluation of Self-Directed Supports

Along with our project partners, we’re evaluating the impact and reach of the implementation of the Real Lives Law by the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services. Real Lives was enacted in 2014 and seeks to expand self direction of supports and services by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. … Read More

National Measures of Quality in HCBS

HCBS help many people with disabilities live independently in their homes and other integrated community settings. Working with our Core Indicators partners and funded by the Administration for Community Living, we’re developing a standardized set of measures to examine the quality of these services nationwide, across payers and delivery systems—with a particular focus on person-centered approaches. … Read More

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