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Practice Manual for ProtectOHIO Family Team Meetings

ProtectOHIO Waiver III Family Team Meetings Practice Manual prepared by the ProtectOHIO Consortium FTM Workgroup, March 15, 2011. … Read More

Date: 03/2011

Author(s): ProtectOHIO Consortium FTM Workgroup

Consumer Outcomes Final Report 2009-10

This document serves as the final report for the consumer outcomes portion of Phase XII (2009-2010) National Core Indicators (NCI) data collection. All consumer survey data submitted between July 2009 and June 2010 are included in this report. A total of 17 states plus the local DD authority in Orange County, CA (RCOC) are included in this final report. … Read More

Date: 03/2011

Author(s): NCI

2011 Validity and Reliability Results Regarding the SIS

Excerpt: "Face Validity. Developed to measure the construct of supports, the SIS has greater face validity than the ICAP or other traditional assessments. The assessment of support needs using the SIS is done directly by persons with first?hand knowledge of the individual. The SIS directly measures the level of supports needed to enable an individual to participate successfully in the life of his or her community." … Read More

Date: 03/2011

Author(s): Jon Fortune, Ed.D., John Agosta, Ph.D., and Julie Bershadsky, Ph.D.

Route to Success Brochure

Informational brochure for Route to Success. Route to Success is a systems change model,along with a set of tools for implementation, that Developmental Disabilities Councils can use to foster systems change work and add value to their existing projects. … Read More

Date: 01/2011

Author(s): Lee Vorderer

NCI Annual Summary Report 2010 - 2011

National Core Indicators (NCI) began in 1997 as a collaborative effort between the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) and the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI). The goal of the program was to encourage and support NASDDDS member agencies to develop a standard set of performance measures that could be used by states to manage quality and across states for making comparisons and setting benchmarks. Fifteen states initially stepped forward to work … Read More

Date: /2011

Author(s): NASDDDS and HSRI 

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