Bill of Rights

Choice


According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 85% of respondents indicated that they decided or had help in deciding their daily schedule, and 93% of respondents indicated that they decided or had help in deciding what to do in their free time. 

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI) 2016-17 

Service Plan Meetings

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Ohio Early Intervention

Source of Referrals to Ohio Early Intervention

Source: Ohio Early Intervention Data Tracking System, 2018 

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Employment First

Community Employment

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Source: National Core Indicators (NCI) 2016-2017

People Participating in Integrated Employment Services

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Source: May 2018 Employment data from CRM-IDS System, wage data collected from the Employment First Outcome System  




What Did People with Developmental Disabilities Say Their Job in the Community Means to Them?

Source: DODD's #MyEmploymentFirst ​campaign
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Source: Data Analytics and Research, 2017

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Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Employment First – Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) Partnership

The number of people receiving developmental disabilities services that have been successfully employed through the Employment First and OOD partnership, since October 2013.

Source: OOD, 2018


Health and Welfare

Most Common Mental Health ER Visits for People with Developmental Disabilities in 2016

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI) 2016-17 

Factors Related to Choking

Oral/dental problems and dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) can be a contributing factor for someone choking. According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 6% of respondents had a dysphagia diagnosis, and 5% of respondents had oral and dental problems.

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16
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% of People with Developmental Disabilities Who Responded to the NCI 

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Dual Diagnoses and Loneliness​

According to 2015-16 NCI data, people with disabilities also diagnosed with mental illness are more likely to report feeling lonely.
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Feeling Alone​

According to the 2015-16 NCI Adult Consumer Survey, 21% of respondents indicated there was at least one place where they felt afraid or scared. However, 96% of respondents indicated they had someone who they could turn to for help if they were afraid or scared.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Flu Vaccinations

According to 2015-16 NCI Data, 78% of respondents received an annual flu vaccine in the past year, 97% had a primary care doctor, and 5% of respondents indicated they were in poor health.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

Factors related to choking

Oral/dental problems and dysphagia (difficulty swallowing) can be a contributing factor for someone choking. According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 6% of respondents had a dysphagia diagnosis, and 5% of respondents had oral and dental problems.

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Percentage of People with Developmental Disabilities Who Responded to the NCI Survey with a Dual Diagnosis

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Dual Diagnoses and Loneliness​

According to 2015-16 NCI data, people with disabilities also diagnosed with mental illness are more likely to report feeling lonely.

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Feeling Alone​

According to the 2015-16 NCI Adult Consumer Survey, 21% of respondents indicated there was at least one place where they felt afraid or scared. However, 96% of respondents indicated they had someone who they could turn to for help if they were afraid or scared.

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Flu Vaccinations


According to 2015-16 NCI Data, 78% of respondents received an annual flu vaccine in the past year, 97% had a primary care doctor, and 5% of respondents indicated they were in poor health.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16


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Housing

Length of Time at Current Residence


According to the 2016-2016 Adult Consumer Survey, 46% of repsondents live with their parent or relative. 23% live in their own home or apartment.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

Capital Housing 

According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 56% of respondents had input on where they live, 43% had input on who they live with, and 89% indicate that they like where they live. 

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2016-17
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Residence Designation

According to the 2016-2016 Adult Consumer Survey, 65% of respondents live in a metropolitan area.

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Residence Type

According to the 2015-2016 Adult Consumer Survey, 61% of respondents have lived in their current residence for more than five years.

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16

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Staff

Staff Satisfaction

According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 94% of respondents indicated that staff were respectful. Respondents and Proxies also indicated that 94% of staff have the right training to meet the person’s needs. 

Source: National Core Indicators (NCI) 2016-17 


Transportation

Transportation MUIs

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There were 142 vehicle related Major Unusual Incidents (MUIs) reported in calendar year 2017 - one event for every 2.5 days. This is a 41% increase from calendar year 2016.
Source: DODD Data Analytics and Research, 2018


Transportation Needs

According to the 2016-2017 Adult Consumer Survey, 6% of respondents indicated that tranportation was a reason why they can't always see their friends. 7% of respondents indicated that they need additional services in the area of tranportation. Transportation is a barrier to relationships and community inclusion.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16
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Seeing Friends

According to the 2015-2016 Adult Consumer Survey, 36% of respondents indicated that transportation was a reason why they can't always see their friends. 31% of respondents indicated that they need additional services in the area of transportation. Transportation is a barrier to relationship and community inclusion.
Source: National Core Indicators (NCI), 2015-16 

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National Core Indicators
National Core Indicators (NCI) is a voluntary effort by public developmental disabilities agencies to measure and track their own performance.

DODD uses NCI to measure system performance, and collect systems-level data that is used to monitor the service delivery system, make policy decisions, allocate resources, and help determine where to make improvements that will better support people with developmental disabilities and their families. For further information please contact tina.evans@dodd.ohio.gov
Recent NCI Reports​
Adult Consumer Survey - Ohio (2016-17)
Adult Consumer Survey - National (2016-17) 
Staff Stability Report (2016)
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NCI Chart Generator