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The RISP project collects important information on the delivery of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) nationally. This data, provided by states, is used nationally to tell the story of I/DD systems and supports. This data provides a longitudinal look at state I/DD systems, enabling tracking of progress over time, and comparisons across states. RISP can be an important tool for states in the movement of systems toward community-based services and can serve to educate stakeholders about system attributes. The University of Minnesota collects data from all states in order to compile the annual reports.
In this presentation, RISP team members will present key findings from the most recent report, discuss changes to the upcoming survey, and offer a demonstration of the on-line data collection tool and its functionality. The due date for FY2021 data is April, 30 2022. Timelines for data submission and publication of reports will be discussed in this webinar.
Who Should Participate?:
While this webinar is aimed primarily at the state staff who are key to data collection and submission, we also encourage State Directors or their designees who lead program design and decisions to participate.