Developmental Disabilities Program . Performance Measures Workshop July 16, 2001. The Developmental Disabilities Program Mission and Vision :. Mission:
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Performance Measures Workshop
July 16, 2001
To assist individuals with developmental disabilities to pursue their vision for their lives as independently as possible in their own homes and communities, in partnership with their family, friends, and community.
Each consumer served will experience a personally defined quality of life within a system which values personal choice, independence, personal responsibility, and fiscal efficiency.
Public & Private Inst.
Mental retardation - 25,454 3,372 Cerebral palsy - 3,053 12Autism - 1,626 10Spina Bifida - 884Prader-Willi - 32
High Risk Kids - 350
Secure Facilities - 120
31,399 3,514 Total 34,913
Support Coordinator assesses needs using Fl. Status Tracking Survey
Eligibility determination by district office
Support plans to address needs and cost plans to authorize funds are developed
Client chooses services from enrolled waiver
Client chooses community or institutional care
Client exits the system at will or based on guardians direction
Client moves to DSI or private ICF/DD based on choice and availability
Support plan is developed to meet client needs
Primary Outcome = Improved quality of life for each person
Developmental Disabilities ProgramIndividuals Served With Full Needs Met:
Current Needs Met
FY 01-02 Spending Plan (Prioritization)
Priority order for 6,774 persons expected to be served in FY 01-02