Graphs and Charts

Data taken from the Certified Residential Care Providers Cost Reports which each agency submits to the Division of Developmental Disabilities.  These figures are from the

2011 Cost Reports.

Atkinson, M. (2011). DSHS: Developmental Disabilities Services Overview. Office of Program Research and Senate Committee Services, Joint Legislative Task Force. Retrieved from http://www.leg.wa.gov/JointCommittees/DDSSTF/Documents/Oct2011/DevDisabOverview.pdf

Clintsman, D. L. (2011). Assistant Director, Department of Social and Health Services. 30 Community DDD Residents – highest costing to DDD.

Data taken from:

Community Cost of Care Reports, Public Disclosure Information Revealed. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.becausewecare1.com: http://becausewecare1.com/community-cost-of-care-reports-public-disclosure-information-revealed/

Clintsman, D. L. (2011). Assistant Director, Department of Social and Health Services. 30 Community DDD Residents – highest costing to DDD.

Atkinson, M. (2011). DSHS: Developmental Disabilities Services Overview. Office of Program Research and Senate Committee Services, Joint Legislative Task Force. Retrieved from http://www.leg.wa.gov/JointCommittees/DDSSTF/Documents/Oct2011/DevDisabOverview.pdf

Data Taken from:

Barbara A. Lucenko, P. a. (2011). Assessment Findings for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Served in Residential Habilitation Centers and Community Settings. Department of Social and Health Services. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/ms/rda/research/5/36.pd

Support Intensity Scale. (n.d.). Retrieved from American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: http://www.siswebsite.org/cs/SISOnline

Division of Developmental Disabilities: Intake and Determination of Developmental Disabilities. (n.d.). Retrieved from Washington State Legislature: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=388-823&full=true

Data taken from:

Barbara A. Lucenko, P. a. (2011). Assessment Findings for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Served in Residential Habilitation Centers and Community Settings. Department of Social and Health Services. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/ms/rda/research/5/36.pd

Support Intensity Scale. (n.d.). Retrieved from American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: http://www.siswebsite.org/cs/SISOnline

Division of Developmental Disabilities: Intake and Determination of Developmental Disabilities. (n.d.). Retrieved from Washington State Legislature: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=388-823&full=true

Data Taken from :

Support Intensity Scale. (n.d.). Retrieved from American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: http://www.siswebsite.org/cs/SISOnline

Residents with mutliple areas of HIGH Needs

Data Taken from:

Barbara A. Lucenko, P. a. (2011). Assessment Findings for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Served in Residential Habilitation Centers and Community Settings. Department of Social and Health Services. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/pdf/ms/rda/research/5/36.pd

Division of Developmental Disabilities: Intake and Determination of Developmental Disabilities. (n.d.). Retrieved from Washington State Legislature: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=388-823&full=true

Data taken From:

Residential Provider Resources. (2011). Retrieved from Developmental Disabilities: http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ddd/res_provider_resources.shtml

Data Taken From:

Residential Provider Resources. (2011). Retrieved from Developmental Disabilities: http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ddd/res_provider_resources.shtml

2 comments on “Graphs and Charts

  1. Lilian says:

    You are right Sandi, there is an incredible stmiga against the disabled, especially against the mentally ill. It is terribly unfortunate that this stmiga exists. There is little that can really be done. I mean the Americans with Disabilities Act basically lets you lie and say you don’t have a mental illness or whatever kind of disability you might have, at least that’s what I think the main benefit of the law is. For example I don’t say my disabilities publically on my web pages or anything. Once a lady called me on the phone and scolded me for this and I told her to review the ADA because it clearly lets me keep my medical status private. I’ve been in touch with President Obama and my Congressional representatives and my state authorities and local authorities advocating for the diabled and myself. I have an extensive education from University and I don’t back down I let them know exactly what I think on subjects they are making decisions about. Be bold, do not stand back and let yourself be trampled upon.

  2. Topic of interest says:

    I believe I am “the other shoe”. I am exposed to “residential care” and have been questioning several things I see. I do believe that the objective is to increase community care due to cost containment. I am interested in speaking with anyone who can assist me in finding “actual facts” regarding the mortality rates for the MICP program, specifically 0 to 5 year old children. A recent class action suit brought to light inaccuracies in DDD Mortality Review. Please leave a message here if you can assist.

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