National Core Indicators
National Core Indicators (NCI) is a voluntary effort by public developmental disabilities agencies to measure and track their own performance. The core indicators are standard measures used across states to assess the outcomes of services provided to individuals and families. Indicators address key areas of concern including employment, rights, service planning, community inclusion, choice, and health and safety.
Residential Information Systems Project
The Residential Information Systems Project is a longitudinal study of trends in publicly funded residential service setting types, setting sizes, funding authorities, and expenditures for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the United States.
State of the States in Developmental Disabilities
The State of the States Project is funded in part by the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
StateData: The National Report on Employment Services and Outcomes (2015 Edition)
The book provides national and state-level statistics spanning a 20-year period. Its sources include several data sets that address employment and economic self-sufficiency for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Supporting Individuals and Families Information Systems Project
Supporting individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families.