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    1. NCI Survey Respondents Who Are Verbal and Non-Verbal: A Profile

    2. WHAT IS NATIONAL CORE INDICATORS (NCI)? Multi-state collaboration of state DD agencies Measures performance of public systems for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities Assesses performance in several areas, including: employment, community inclusion, choice, rights, and health and safety Launched in 1997 in 13 participating states NASDDDS – HSRI Collaboration National Core Indicators (NCI)

    3. NCI State Participation 2013-14 NH WA MA NY SD ME PA NJ OH* IL MN OR WI Wash DC CA* KY MO MI NC DE OK AR AZ IN NM MD UT GA VA AL CO KS LA TX TN SC FL MS 39 states, the District of Columbia and 22 sub-state regions HI State contract awarded in 2013-14 through AIDD fundingCA*- Includes 21 Regional Centers OH*- Also includes the Mid-East Ohio Regional Council

    4. Data Source:Adult Consumer Survey • Standardized, face-to-face interview with a sample of individuals receiving services • Background Information • Section I (no proxies allowed) • Section II (proxies allowed) • No pre-screening procedures • Conducted with adults only (18 and over) receiving at least one service in addition to case management • Section I and Section II together take 50 minutes (on average) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    5. Verbal vs. Non Verbal Respondents- Adult Consumer Survey

    6. Methods, Measures and Sample: 2011-2012 data collection cycle 19 states, one regional council (AL, AR, AZ, CT, GA, HI, IL, KY, LA, MA, ME, MI, MO, NC, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC and the Mid-East Ohio Regional Council) Total N: 12,236 individuals National Core Indicators (NCI)

    7. Methods, Measures and Sample:Verbal vs. Non-Verbal • Source: Item from Background Section • What is this person’s primary means of expression? • Spoken • Gestures/body language • Sign language or finger spelling • Communication aid/device • Other • Don’t know • Recoded to create Verbal/Non-Verbal variable National Core Indicators (NCI)

    8. Demographic Profile National Core Indicators (NCI)

    9. Demographics Average Age: Years Gender: Male National Core Indicators (NCI)

    10. Demographics: Race and Ethnicity(p<.001) Entire NCI Sample National Core Indicators (NCI)

    11. Demographics: Other Diagnoses *** (p<.001) ** (p<.01) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    12. Demographics Guardianship Status (p<.001) Mobility (p<.001) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    13. Demographics Health (p<.001) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    14. PreventiveCare At least one kind of medication for mood disorders, anxiety, behavior problems or psychotic disorders (p<.001) *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    15. Residence Type (p<.001) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    16. EmploymentIn the past 2 weeks, was person engaged in…. ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    17. Employment Of the individuals who do not have a job, the following would like a job (p<.001) Do you go to a day program or other activity during the day? (p<.001) National Core Indicators (NCI)

    18. Services Received *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    19. Home *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    20. Safety *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    21. Relationships *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    22. Community Participation I *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    23. Community Participation II *** p<.001 ** p<.01 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    24. Choice IPerson had at least some input in….. ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    25. Choice IIPerson had at least some input in….. ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    26. Rights and Respect ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    27. Additional Services Needed I ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    28. Additional Services Needed II ***p<.001 National Core Indicators (NCI)

    29. Conclusions- Individuals who are non-verbal are: Less likely to have a paid job in the community, and less likely to be doing any activities during the day More likely to be scared in several environments (home, neighborhood and day activity) and less likely to have someone to talk to about being scared Less likely to have relationships and be involved in the community Less likely to make choices and decisions More likely to not have their rights respected National Core Indicators (NCI)

    30. Future Research….. It is important to continue this research and control analyses for demographic and personal characteristics that may influence outcomes. More detailed knowledge about the non-verbal population can lead to more targeted policies National Core Indicators (NCI)

    31. Contacts • HSRI • Josh Engler: jengler@hsri.org • NASDDDS • Mary Lee Fay: MLFay@nasddds.org • NCI website: www.nationalcoreindicators.org National Core Indicators (NCI)